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CTRL-ALT-DEL

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Dear reader,

I m making a script where it is critical that i can send ctr-alt-del.

does anyone know a work around?

I want to change the password for the user but cant push ctrl-alt-del :S (in Novell)

a command line tool isn´t there instead AD ;)

1 of the first things i saw where AD is better... :)

2 bad windows can´t handle simulating ctrl-alt-del. :S

thnx 4 reading :)


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If you are just trying to open the Windows task manager, there are other methods besides Ctrl+Alt+Del. Execute the program directly or Send Ctrl+Shift+Esc [send("^+{ESC}")] instead.


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you can change the password using an ldap query too and interface against the AD.

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/resources/qanda/oct04/hey1015.mspx

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=97554&view=findpost&p=701474

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Hi guys,

All good thinking but not the thing i had in mind.

I want to change the user passwords whit the command line in novell not in AD :)

or simulating ctrl-alt-del :) because there is a button to change the password....

pressing ctrl-alt-del doesn´t work also ctrl-down,alt-down and del.-down :S

Good thinking of windows to not let that combination be simulated but not for me ;)


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It can be done by Sending (right)Alt-Del to a virtual window in MS Virtual PC 2007.


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CTRL-ALT-END can also be send to a VM of vmware :)

but not ctrl-alt-del :)


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Ctrl+alt+del cannot be simulated by software. It's just not allowed since it is designed as a security feature. You'd have to do it with hardware.

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Following is also for AD, but maybe you can try if this works for your NDS too:

net user username p@ssw0rd /Domainname

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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

Yesssss i found it :)

thnx for all the reply´s :)

but a work around i created thnx to the program QUICK a tool for Novell..

whit this tool u can change the password of a user whit a syntax....

QUICK Password [<otype>=]<name*><pwd><oldpwd>

examples:

QUICK Password User=A* something

QUICK Password .someone.ou1.org something anything

Edited by FMS

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Ctrl+alt+del cannot be simulated by software.

There are several remote control software products doing so smoothly? (UltraVNC, RDP, PC-Anywhere, ...)

It's impossible to do so using autoit :) (afaik)

Regards, Rudi.


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