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Anonymous
March 17, 2005 1:17:05 AM

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I am trying to set up a remote desktop session with both computers using
Windows XP Pro SP2. The local computer works fine remoting to other
computers, but one in particular doesn't seem to be authenticating. The
connection is established, but I am stuck at the log on screen "press ctrl +
Alt + Del" which I can't do because when executing a ctrl alt del it executes
on the local machine, not the remote. It should just log me on as it does
with every other system. I've had this problem once before about a year ago
and I never did figure out why. Has anyone else ever had this issue and what
did you do to fix it? Thanks

Craig
Anonymous
March 19, 2005 2:19:58 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.work_remotely (More info?)

First off, use Ctrl + Alt + End as your key combination to bring
up the logon security box on the remote machine.

I've never seen that problem. Are you sure that the local
security policy hasn't been set to require Ctrl + Alt + Del to
logon? Has it been setup that way in User accounts?

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"Craig22929" <Craig22929@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
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>I am trying to set up a remote desktop session with both
>computers using
> Windows XP Pro SP2. The local computer works fine remoting to
> other
> computers, but one in particular doesn't seem to be
> authenticating. The
> connection is established, but I am stuck at the log on screen
> "press ctrl +
> Alt + Del" which I can't do because when executing a ctrl alt
> del it executes
> on the local machine, not the remote. It should just log me on
> as it does
> with every other system. I've had this problem once before
> about a year ago
> and I never did figure out why. Has anyone else ever had this
> issue and what
> did you do to fix it? Thanks
>
> Craig
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