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By gmarch ·
Has anyone used VNC from AT&T. We are trying to use it accros a private network for remote control of the server consoles. We can connect to the console, but cannot get a response when sending CTR + Alt + Del to activate the remote login. Any one that can give me some help would be appreciated.
(this is a free program from AT&T)
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by ruturaj In reply to VNC (Virtual Network Comp ...

Right Click on the top left of the title bar and you'll see the option of sending the CTR+ALT+DEL to activate the remote login.
Best of Luck..........

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by gmarch In reply to VNC (Virtual Network Comp ...

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by todd In reply to VNC (Virtual Network Comp ...

Also what works is to hold down the shift key and press ctrl+alt+del..
This is the way I do it

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by NetworkMunchkin In reply to VNC (Virtual Network Comp ...

I've used that product, it's pretty slick. I enjoyed the interface.

Beware one thing though. I haven't 100% tested this, but I think the traffic between your viewer console and the machine running the vnc service is all plain text. The VNC's own login is encrypted, but anything thereafter may be plain text. (ie. once you've connected to the remote server and need to get through the NT login prompt on that end, THAT password may be going across plain.)
Beware of packet sniffers, as they may be able to pick that up.
I'm not positive yet though, you may want to test that theory.

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