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Way to disable Control Alt Delete

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PsaltyDS

how do you disable Control Alt Delete

and the menu it brings?

And... what are the non-malicious reasons for doing that?

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testMunky

what does this program do? What is the need to prevent Ctrl-Alt-Del?

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Nbanonimous

well its a locking PC program

someone gave it to me

the code

its perfect for when i leave my computer for a smoke

exept i tested

and i could Control Alt Delete

and logoff

which i can't have on my computer

because i have work on it

so how do u disable?

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Fossil Rock

I'm sensing a *CLICK* very soon....


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Jewel

There's a File in System32 named "Task Manager" Delete it :D And Ctrl+alt+Del won't work..

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ericbailey2

Doesn't windows come pre-installed with locking software?

whenever you leave your pc hit the windows key + L and it locks your screen. If you have a screensaver password.

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Bert

You can go into the Local Security Policy Editor and disable that feature. They can do a CTRL+ALT+DEL, but the option to log off won't be there. Also, if folks are doing this to your work PC, then simply either:

  • Log off when you walk away
  • Save your work before you smoke
  • Don't smoke - Always a good option
  • Remove the delete key from your keyboard
Edited by Volly

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