By default, OnScreen comes with a CTALTDEL.EXE utility in our developer's kit that is tied into the Ctrl-Alt-Del keyboard sequence. The way it is handled depends on the version of Windows. In 95/98/Me, the action is simply to reboot the system. In NT/2000/XP, with our Logon utilities in use, the emulation of Ctrl-Alt-Del is exactly like the physical keyboard.
In 95/98/Me, the hardware interrupt is tied to the task manager - our software does not emulate this. There is a TASKMAN.EXE that is available in 95/98/Me that gives some of the capabilities of the task manager seen by a physical Ctrl-Alt-Del - this can be tied to replace the CTALTDEL.EXE in these Windows versions.
Original ID: QU253454
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