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By dave the IT guy ·
Has anybody figured out a way to get a screen shot of the "Windows 2000 Security Window" that pops up when you press Ctrl+Alt+Del?

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to screen shot of Security W ...

just press shift + printscreen and paste the image in mspaint.

btw.
there was a nifty program (free) was on download.com that could do that.

Leopold

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to

http://download.com.com/3120-2001-0-1-0.html?qt=screen+shot&author=&titlename=&desc=&dlcount=&daysback=&swlink=&os=&li=49&dlsize=&ca=

http://download.com.com/3120-2001-0-1-0.html?qt=print+screen&author=&titlename=&desc=&dlcount=&daysback=&swlink=&os=&li=49&dlsize=&ca=

(searches on print screen and screen shot.)

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by dave the IT guy In reply to

Did you try this first? When you hit CTRL+ALT+DEL to bring up the security window, it locks out many of the system functions - including PrntScrn! That was the first thing I tried, only I used Alt+PrntScrn. I have also tried to use the screen capture function in Paint Shop Pro - but it didn't work either. Did you know the name of the free program on download.com?

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to screen shot of Security W ...

indeed I didn't try this and it's not working

I don't recall the program neither, it has been 3 years that I have worked with it in the classroom of a university.

Sorry, that I couldn't have helped out more

Leopold

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by sgt_shultz In reply to screen shot of Security W ...

i am not at a w2k machine but did you look in Help to make sure microsoft hasn't got an image of it in there somewhere in their help files? how about any training cd's you may have gotten with win2k? maybe screenshot is there?

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by Joseph Moore In reply to screen shot of Security W ...

Sure, this is easy.

Just connect to a Win2K machine using either Terminal Services or any remote control program that runs as a Service (like pcAnywhere, RemoteAdmin, etc).
So, you are on \\MACHINE1 and you connect via TS to \\MACHINE2. After you connect, and before you log into \\MACHINE2, just grab a screen snapshot of the TS window on \\MACHINE1, then cut out everything except for the CTRL+ALT+DEL window!

hope this helps

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by dave the IT guy In reply to

Didn't think of that - Perfect! Thank you

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by aelayyan In reply to screen shot of Security W ...

press print screen

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by dave the IT guy In reply to screen shot of Security W ...

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