rene11
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RE: How to unlock (cltr-alt-end) on Apple MAC

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The 'Multi Select' is also not working with the apple connector.

A user needs to select multiple items. In windows, this would be CTRL+left mouse.

However, the Apple has mapped this as a right mouse click (option menu).

How could we make this working?

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bb_justbfit
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RE: How to unlock (cltr-alt-end) on Apple MAC

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fn+ctrl+alt+backspace will work.

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RE: How to unlock (cltr-alt-end) on Apple MAC

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I know this is an old post but it is irritating that it's high in the google search results and does not have a definitive answer (there is no key labelled Backspace on my keyboard, for instance, and several of the offered solutions produce a local Ctrl-Alt-Delete).

After testing on a MacBook Air with restricted keyboard I was able to verify:

1. fn+right arrow works as End key

2. fn+control+(alt/option)+right arrow replaces Ctrl+Alt+End in an active RDP session and allows you to change your password

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SuAd
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RE: How to unlock (cltr-alt-end) on Apple MAC

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I ran into the same problem. I work with a MacBook Air. What worked for me was the combination fn-control-alt/option-delete. Hope this helps any of you!

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TheRaj
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RE: How to unlock (cltr-alt-end) on Apple MAC

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Hello Rene,

I ran into the same problem using my Mac book Pro. The key combination that worked for me for the alternate of Ctrl+Alt+End on Mac is fn + Ctrl + Alt/Option + Right Arrow + Right Arrow. 

Thanks

TXHORNSFAN
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Re: How to unlock (cltr-alt-end) on Apple MAC

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Thank you very much! It worked to perfection!

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cooter1234
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RE: How to unlock (cltr-alt-end) on Apple MAC

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I managed to get the following key function to work Command-option-control-fn-Right arrow

 

tested it, and it works

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