Windows Server 2003 Control Alt Delete Not Working
By default, the user's Group Policy objects determine which user settings apply. You can logon to the pc? Click Services tab and select Hide All Microsoft Services and Disable > All third party Services. > > 3. my daughters friend change my passwords....I can get to systems files on the old dos....and get into security...but this doesnt have anything to do with windows 2000prof....any help on this is his comment is here
B. The next sheduled reboot is on May 3rd. I will certainly let you know. USB-PS2 .....
Make Google your friend too. 11-20-2009, 02:51 AM #30 David Lundin Registered Member Join Date: Nov 2009 Posts: 81 OS: Windows Vista SP2 If you can't create AutoAdminLogin If I do Ctrl-Alt-Del and then click on the blue Help ... choosing "Add" Windows XP Auto Login - Registry Entry http://iluvjohn.com/2009/01/18/windo...egistry-entry/ How to turn on automatic logon in Windows XP http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315231 Otherwise .... http://windowsitpro.com/article/arti...formation.html *NOTE: This is the only information that you need use from the extracted text that follows: 2.
Log in or Sign up Windows Vista Tips Forums > Newsgroups > Windows Server > Active Directory > WIndows Server 2003 SP2 does not respond to ctrl-alt-delete Discussion in 'Active Directory' If I do Ctrl-Alt-Del and then click on the blue Help link on the opening screen, I get the login prompt. Good luck and take care. __________________ AustrAlien Google is my friend. I believe that I have found an easy solution to your problem, but it depends on one piece of information that you have not supplied.
I don't have a PS2 keyboard, but I supposed I can go out and buy one just to try this. http://powerglobaldesigns.com/windows-server/windows-server-2003-product-key-not-working.html Using Loopback Processing to Configure User Settings http://technet2.microsoft.com/windowsserver/en/library/33a8ff54-151a-47b7-a6 c3-92aab07c2d131033.mspx?mfr=true Loopback processing with merge or replace http://technet2.microsoft.com/WindowsServer/en/library/abe2b1a9-975f-4b2f-b7 71-9e6a903e97db1033.mspx?mfr=true I hope this helps. Edit the Windows registry to enable/disable CAD/SAS requirement at login CAD = Ctrl+Alt+Del SAS = Security Attention Sequence Step 1 Build a BartPE bootable CD according to the following instructions: How By default on a workstation this is no longer needed however on a server it is still necessary but this can be configured with a single registry entry. 1.
- CTRL+ALT+DEL, entering user information, returns 'Press CTRL+ALT+DEL to log on'?
- I then used the avast BART CD's Regedit function to go into the registry - Went to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon - Double clicked on DisableCAD - Set to 1 to disable the
- The first reply you got seems to implicate something else (i.e.
- Set that policy to disabled.
- Originally posted by jenae Hi have a look here:- http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/xp_cad.htm Reply With Quote May 17th, 2003,03:34 PM #13 SuperSparks View Profile View Forum Posts Administrator Join Date Apr 2000 Location Friern
Then, the list of GPOs for the computer is gathered. > | > Next, the list of GPOs for the computer is added to the end of the GPOs > for Whats going on here? LOL Maybe I need more sleep. http://powerglobaldesigns.com/windows-server/windows-server-2003-unc-not-working.html If the above steps doesn't help, please try to perform a clean boot and check whether the issue still occurs.
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Mike_g Guest I have a WIndows Server 2003 SP2 that does not respond to ctrl-alt-delete.
I would be most interested to see whether or not this provides a resolution to the immediate problem of accessing your system. Restart the computer and choose to start in Safe Mode. Mine took 25 minutes to update. hth Marcin Marcin, May 13, 2008 #9 Mike_g Guest Thanks for the idea.
Now it no longer works. > > Due to security requirements I need to have all the domain users have a > forced screen-saver set. > Since this machine is AD Sincerely, Neo Zhu, Microsoft Online Support Microsoft Global Technical Support Center Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security ===================================================== When responding to posts, please "Reply to Group" via your newsreader so that others may That may also be why "alidvc" returned no results... check over here failed to repair. - I moved the file to c:\quarrantine\ for now since I assume avast!
You should then be able to logon normally. ===================== Other references of interest: Press Ctrl-Alt-Delete to Log In http://www.softwaretipsandtricks.com...lete-to-Log-In I have not tested this with any version of Windows XP besides Host key+Del1 should work too, though. Unfortunately I always change the default "Administrator" account password on all my machines...