12 Comments

  1. Tirthankar said:

    Thanks for blogging. It was very helpful.

    November 27, 2007
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  2. treut said:

    thank you- very helpful!

    November 1, 2011
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  3. said:

    CTRL+ALT+END works with RDP on WIN 2K3 and 2K8.

    November 18, 2011
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    • raaaaaaaazzzzzzzz said:

      It worked …………… 🙂 cheers great.
      Thanks u rock .

      March 8, 2012
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    • Simon said:

      CTRL+ALT+END = Locked!

      Nice, thanks.

      September 13, 2012
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    • Sree said:

      Cool…..it works

      Thanks

      April 12, 2013
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  4. GM said:

    Ok, then how do you unlock it?
    I need to do this because i recently changed a pswd at work and didnt reboot that machine. Now i am home and i cant lock the work machine. ctrl alt delete only works on my home machine.

    December 3, 2011
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    • Jason said:

      u can unlock by clicking on left top corner of RDP window, then choose send Ctrl + Alt + Del

      December 8, 2011
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  5. V.V. said:

    It works, right. Thank you.
    But there is another problem: even you do lock your remote computer, when you complete your session, your remote computer became un-locked (thouth it was locked during session).
    This is true for remote computer under Win XP. Remote computer under Win 7 will stay locked during remote session and will remain locked after it completed.
    Anybody have solution (how to leave remote XP computer locked after completing remote access session)?
    Thanks.

    December 7, 2011
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    • Jason said:

      u can configure GPO to lock it after idle 1 min

      December 8, 2011
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  6. Carlton Brooks said:

    In Windows 7 you can avoid the need to make a shortcut. Go to the start menu and click on the pop-up menu (triangle button next to the Shutdown Button) and select “Lock”

    October 5, 2013
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