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  • Send Ctrl+Alt+Del: Sends the Ctrl+Alt+Del keystrokes to the remote system.

  • Send Smart Card Logon: Sends a Smart Card Logon request to the remote system, which instructs the remote operating system to display the PIN dialog.

  • Send Ctrl+Shift+Escape (Task Manager): Sends the Ctrl+Shift+Esc keystrokes to the remote system and, if accepted, displays the Windows Task Manager dialog on the remote system.

  • Send Ctrl+Escape (Start Menu): Sends the Ctrl+Esc keystrokes to the remote system and, if accepted, displays the Start menu on the remote system.

  • Send Alt+Tab (Switch): Sends the Alt+Tab keystrokes to the remote system and, if accepted, allows the user to switch between programs that are running on the remote system.

  • Lock Remote Keyboard and Mouse: Locks the remote keyboard and mouse during the Mini Remote Control session.

  • Enable Control to All: Enables all connected users to have control of the remote system's mouse and keyboard at the same time.

  • Ping: Opens the Mini Remote Control Ping dialog. For additional information about this dialog, see MRC Ping dialog.

  • Wake on LAN: Opens the Wake on LAN dialog. For additional information about this dialog, see Wake on LAN dialog.

  • Quick User Switching: Opens the Quick User Switch dialog. This dialog allows administrators to switch between different logged in accounts without having to first switch back to the Logon Desktop (the Switch User Screen). In the Password field, enter the password of the account to switch to.

  • RDP Session Switching: Allows the user to connect to any active RDP session on the server. Connect to the console of the remote system with Mini Remote Control, and then select the RDP Session Switching option.

  • Send Refresh: Sends a refresh to the remote machine. This feature is designed to clear the remote keyboard of any stuck keys and can be used when the remote system stops accepting keyboard input.

  • Reboot: Sends a Reboot request to the remote system.

    Note: Rebooting the remote system disconnects the current session.

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