Has it ever happened to you that sometimes you get a warning that the password is about to expire when you access your computer via a remote desktop? Perhaps it is time to renew the password, and in this article, we will teach you how to do it from a remote desktop in a few simple steps. Let’s do it!
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Steps you must follow to change your password.
To change the password, the Windows operating system asks us to press CTRL + ALT + DEL, but being connected through a remote desktop, this key combination does not work.
So we can’t change the password? When it expires, will I no longer be able to access my computer via a remote desktop?
There is no need to panic because there is a way to change our password from within a remote desktop session. To do this, we just have to press this combination of keys:
TRL + ALT + END
Keyboard controls for password change
This tab will then appear on the screen, and from the “Change a password” option we can access the window where we can change our password:
Change password tab from remote desktop
Once you have reached this point, you must choose a good password. We recommend mixing uppercase, lowercase and numbers to make it secure and keep all your data safe. It must also be a password that you can remember or memorize since it is not safe to have it written down, much less on your mobile phone.
If you want to know more about configuring quality passwords, visit this other article on our blog, we are sure that it will be beneficial to you every time you need to establish a new password for any of your emails, web pages, social networks, etc.
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