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Network logon screen shots - password change dialogs? All OSes

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by StumpedTechy, Jun 6, 2005.

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  1. StumpedTechy

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    I want to get a full screen screen shot of all the different OSes including NT, 2000 and XP the problem I have is print scrn button does not work until your officially logged in. I want to send screen shots to some of my users who cannot follow directions. I have searched online for awhile but either am missing the right keywords or am just a little slow.

    I would make my own if anyone can tell me how to get screenshots before your even logged on to the PC.
     
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    Use a Remote desktop application like pc anywhere or Real VNC, they will present you with the log-on screen for the Os you're connecting to and allow you to take a screen-shot because you're already logged on to your local machine.

    Afterthought: pcAnywhere should even allow you to record what you're doing - so instead of sending users snap-shots, you can send them clips showing them exactly what needs to be done.
     
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