[Athen] Log into Windows without CTRL+ALT+DELETE

Jeffrey Dell jeffreydell99 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 7 07:16:26 PDT 2017

Does the staff member you sticky keys? Sticky keys locks down the modifier keys so that you only have to press one key at a time. You can do the alt + control + delete when using sticky keys. And windows it's as easy as pressing the shift key five times to turn it on.
Best regards,
Jeff You can turn on even when in the login screen.

Sent from my iPhone. please excuse errors from using Apple's dictation feature.

> On Apr 7, 2017, at 9:01 AM, Weissenberger, Todd M <todd-weissenberger at uiowa.edu> wrote:


> Colleagues,


> We have a staff member on campus who cannot use the CTRL+ALT+DELETE combination to log into Windows due to extremely limited dexterity. This person can type one character at a time on a specialty keyboard.


> Does anyone know of a way to call the login screen without using the CTRL+ALT+DELETE combo?

> Thanks,

> Todd


> T.M. Weissenberger

> IT Accessibility Coordinator

> Information Security and Policy Office

> University of Iowa

> 2800 University Capitol Centre

> Iowa City, IA 52242


> todd-weissenberger at uiowa.edu


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