July 06, 2007


While visitng my fellow MVP friend Vadivel's blog postI came to know the use of CTRL +ALT +END in remote system
So use CTRL +ALT +END in remote system in order to lock only remote system.

1 comment:

Vasudevan Deepak Kumar said...

Some real long time back, I have been discussing about Locking Workstations where Windows Key + L is not available.

You can find this blog post here.

Also, coming to the point of Remote Workstation, you can trigger the Security Window by going to Start -> Settings -> Windows Security (this option is available only when you are connected via Terminal Services).