UnixGeekinNCUSA

ctrl-alt-del on client

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I've had to reinstall windows (had linux) on laptop. I use my Linux desktop as server, as I plug the laptop into a dock when in office and take it when I leave.

So now, when screens lock. The windows client wants ctrl+alt+del pressed. Any way to do this in Synergy 2? I really don't want to go back to 1 just for this reason.

Love the transparency how S2 works across networks, etc. Looking forward to updates.

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Hi,

Can you please clarify your Linux version?

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Just wanted to comment that I also really would like to have this feature on synergy 2 as soon as possible. In my case I'm going windows -> windows. ctrl+alt+break doesn't send ctrl+alt+del to the client as it did in synergy 1, and there's no options page that i could find on 2 to give me the option.

Thanks, loving synergy 2 so far besides that!

On 11/27/2018 at 5:49 PM, UnixGeekinNCUSA said:

I've had to reinstall windows (had linux) on laptop. I use my Linux desktop as server, as I plug the laptop into a dock when in office and take it when I leave.

So now, when screens lock. The windows client wants ctrl+alt+del pressed. Any way to do this in Synergy 2? I really don't want to go back to 1 just for this reason.

Love the transparency how S2 works across networks, etc. Looking forward to updates.

 

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Any idea on this issue?  I am having the same issue on Fedora 29 and Windows 7.  Fedora is the server and Windows is the client.

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I just upgraded to Synergy2 and noticed this particular issue right away. Having the ability to lock all machines and unlock them would be nice.

Both my server and client are both running Windows 7 64bit.

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