Problem with Ctrl-Alt-Del

Serik Support support "at" serik.co.za
Sat, 02 Mar 2002 07:47:19 +0000


"Kieran McKenna" <c-kieran.mckenna "at" wcom.com> (and others) wrote:
> Subject: Fw: Problem with Ctrl-Alt-Del

> I think that your problem might have something to do with the display
setups
> for the different your accounts. NT starts off with the display setup the
> machine's administrator uses, then it will switch to the given users
> settings after the log on. VNC will drop connections when the resolution
and
> or color depth changes on the server.
>
> I hope this helps.
>
> Kieran
>
TO ALL who replied, Thanks for your answers, concensus being "NT Video mode
diferences".

I do have questions though, IF I am running 1024x768 from the viewer end and
say 800x600 on the server end (Both admin & user), will I get the same
result? That is, the C-A-D problem, or is it only relevant to the server end
and at the viewer end you can run any resolution you want? This is quite
important to me.

Fortunately I can make the resolution at the multiple server ends what I
want (In most cases 800x600 as some users have bad eyesight). Is there no
way to cope with multi resolution between Administrator & User? (Some users
do change the resolution even though they are not suposed to, users being
users!)

As the site is far away, I will only be able to test this next week when I'm
on site again. So - if these queries are answered before then, it will save
another trip.

Mike Ossmann:  Sometimes I'd like to give more than the three finger
sulute!! Yes I am using the "Send Ctrl-Alt-Del" from the browser.

Thanks again for your responses everyone.

Rgds
Eric
Serik Associates
Suite 246, P/Bag X6
Cascades,   3202

www.serik.co.za

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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Serik Support" <support "at" serik.co.za>
> To: <vnc-tight-list "at" lists.sourceforge.net>
> Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2002 5:12 PM
> Subject: Problem with Ctrl-Alt-Del
>
> > List
> >
> > I  know I have seen this on the list belore, but can't track it down!
> >
> > Using the browser when connecting to a server (NT) from a remote
location
> > issuing CTRL-ALT-DEL, disconnects the connection. On reconnect you can
use
> > password etc ok. Run what ever without a problem, When issuing the
> > CTRL-ALT-DEL to lock NT when finished the same happens. I have seen a
> "fix"
> > for this some time ago, but can't trackit. Can someone help please!
> >
> > Connection is:
> >
> > (NT --> Linux firewall) ------- (Linux firewall ---> NT) 58xx & 59xx
> > translation is working ok.
> >
> > Thanks in advance.
> >
> > Eric
> > Serik Associates
> > Suite 246, P/Bag X6
> > Cascades,   3202
> >
> > www.serik.co.za
> >
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