> > For all those deactivating SAK, please give this a quick read: > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_attention_key > Thanks for that > It really is up to you as to whether or not login spoofing is a concern on > your machine, but I work with multi-user systems in a large environment > where login spoofing is a definite concern. Therefore, NOT having an SAK > option is a blocker that would actually force the use of Windows clients. > OK, understood. So at my little private network that is no thread. I think the biggest annoyance was "the same keys" (at least to me). Maybe a more UNIX like combination will ease the pain? And a text modification, which hints to the "information, why" and the "way to deactivate, if save"..