|23 Feb 2012||#1|
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Force CTRL+ALT+DEL to log a user back in?
I am deploying PCs in a public setting. These PCs are managed by a 3rd party software system.
Every now and then folks will CTRL+ALT+DEL and leave the PC at the login screen, disrupting the 3rd party software.
I have seen on an HP Thin Client where CTRL+ALT+DEL will log you right back into the user profile UNLESS you hold down shift while doing it.
Can this be replicated in Windows 7 Professional?
Do you have a suggestion to alter CTRL+ALT+DEL but still allow me, as the admin to log in or out?
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