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One handy tool when remoting to Windows is to use the On Screen Keyboard. Just hit the Windows Key icon, and type 'OSK' and hit Enter. This will let you invoke any key combinations you need.


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After some searching, I found the answer. On the mac keyboard, you have to press Ctrl + Option (Alt) + Command + Delete ctrl+option (alt)+command ⌘+delete ⌦


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I find whereby.com works well, and is free. For best results, use Chrome.


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I have a free and secure solution: What's the easiest way to remotely access my own computer? Using a free service called ZeroTier you too can have a private secure connection between the remote computers (I've no affiliation to ZeroTier; it just works really well) ZeroTier is a 'virtual switch' that creates private encrypted networks which also deals ...


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I've had lots of success accessing my iMac at home using the Apple Screen Sharing app and connecting to it using Zero Tier. As it's a direct connection there no confirmation needed, i.e., if you connect via Messages. I have no affilation with Zero Tier. I just like it alot as it solves many problems with remote connections, e.g., same subnet, NAT ...


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