April 28, 2016

RDP inside RDP inside RDP ... and Password change

Your password is near expiration? Okay, enter "Ctrl+Alt+Delete" and change your password. It is not an easy task when you work in multiple remote desktop sessions. How to do it inside RDP (RDP in RDP etc.)? 

1. Simply run "osk".
2. Press Ctrl and Alt on your keyboard.
3. Then Delete on On-Screen Keyboard.

Note: sure thing you can run "Ctrl+Alt+End" combination but it will work only in one level. If you open a session inside current one it will not work. It just popups a password change menu from first session.

That's it.

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