Remotley unlocking NT password

Sean_Pearce@ilink.demon.co.uk Sean_Pearce "at" ilink.demon.co.uk
Tue, 22 Dec 1998 12:20:59 +0000


Absolutely nothing wrong with a menu entry.

However, I'm sure I'm not the only user in the world who actually prefers to 
use the keyboard for most things :-)

Due to the design of WinVNC client (and perhaps the others too?) one cannot 
even access the control menu from the keyboard!

In fact, other keypresses that don't pass through correctly could also be 
remappable too?

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Regards,
Sean Pearce

BTW: I've only ever used the WinVNC Client and Server on Windows NT, so I don't 
know how these things affect other platforms.

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Subject: Remotley unlocking NT password
Author:  vnc-list "at" orl.co.uk at INTERNET
Date:    22 12 98 11:40


>From: Sean_Pearce "at" ilink.demon.co.uk

>
>One of the packages allowed a different keypress to be remapped to send 
>ctrl-alt-del to the host. e.g. ctrl-alt-backspace.
>
>I think this would be a welcome addition to VNC?



Why? What's wrong with the control menu?

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