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david.l.hart:
FreeRDP works great but if I try to RDP to a legacy Windows NT OS there is no way to send "Alt+Ctrl+Del" key sequence to initiate a login using FreeRDP.

I have not found any native OS/2 client that has that feature.

What I do now is use FreeRDP to my Raspberry PI running Ubuntu and use Remmina to remote desktop to Windows NT type OS since it does have send-key.

RTAN:
Have you tried pressing [Ctrl]-[Alt]-[End] instead? That's what you do when using an RDP client on another Windows device.

Failing that it looks like there are some patches to get [Ctrl]-[Alt]-[End] working but I wouldn't know how to compile those in I'm afraid:

https://github.com/FreeRDP/FreeRDP/pull/6186

Digi:
Sending the Ctrl-Alt-Del combination when pressing Ctrl-Alt-End is implemented in the latest FreeRDP OS/2 port. Please check:
http://os2.snc.ru/product-freerdp.html

david.l.hart:
I installed version 3.4.0 and with this version I can no longer connect to Windows or ArcaOS VM but I can connect to Ubuntu Linix on my Raspberry PI.

I have attached the connection logs for the windows 10 VirtualBox.

Mike K├Âlling:

--- Quote from: david.l.hart on March 20, 2024, 01:31:44 am ---I installed version 3.4.0 and with this version I can no longer connect to Windows or ArcaOS VM but I can connect to Ubuntu Linix on my Raspberry PI.

I have attached the connection logs for the windows 10 VirtualBox.

--- End quote ---

With version 3.4.0 I have normal access to my W10 computer, nothing has changed.
Mike

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