I'm running VirtualBox with Windows Vista as host OS and Windows Server 2008 as guest OS. To login to Windows Server I have to press Ctrl+Alt+Delete, but my host OS reacts on that so I can not send it to VirtualBox. How can I do it?
Usually there is an entry in a menu somewhere. Host key+Del1 should work too, though.
If you're using Remote Desktop, then use Ctrl+Alt+End instead.
1 You should know what your host key is, but it's configurable. Mine usually was Right Ctrl.
If you want to know what your Host Key is, open VirtualBox and go to File → Preferences → Input. If you don't like the current key, you can change it to whatever you wish.
On an OS X host, try
I used the onscreen keyboard in Windows 7 which showed the guest OS receiving
In the menu called
A reminder of the shortcut is also visible there.
Note: In older versions it used to be in the
protected by Troggy Mar 15 '11 at 7:56
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