This post was most recently updated on July 27th, 2022.< 1 min read.
This is going to be another one of those really quick and short reminders to myself. I don’t use remote desktop connections that much, when I occasionally need to – and the computer asks me to press Control, Alt, and Delete for whatever reason, I’ll just hit them and bring up the stupid system screen on my own laptop.
Yes, apparently I’m that guy.
Anyway, let’s… Uh.. Get to it, then?
How to CTRL+ALT+DEL into your RDP window instead of your own machine?
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