Hey everyone. I have what is probably a simple and stupid question. My boss has been preaching Windows 7 tablets to upper management for awhile at the company I work for. He is very anti-apple everything and I have been trying to show him some of the advantages of the iPad and the great enterprise apps out for it as well as some of the security advantages of iOS over Android (we have a ton of Droids in the field, and they are riddled with issues far too often it seems). One thing I was trying to demo to him the other day was RDP functionality from the iPad. Our company uses Dameware for accessing windows machines and apple remote desktop for mac to mac functionality. While this is actually probably a nice feature to have... I have noticed that every RDP app I use - when I remote into the machine even if the end user is logged in I will be at a ctrl+alt+del page and have to confirm the end user's password to see their screen. Info Security will never agree to the end user needing to provide us their password to see their screen. The local admin password doesn't work. So my question is - does anyone know of a way around this? Is it a setting I would need to have network administrators change? Something that would need to be built into the Windows 7 image before the machines are deployed in the field?