Does anyone know of a way to invoke the Windows Security Dialog via SilkTest? using Desktop.TypeKeys("<ctrl_alt-delete>") does not do it. My AUT will sporadically freeze and then only way to free it up is to ctrl-alt-del and then cancel the dialog.
I have the same problem with my client\server application and I have also had problems calling the NT security window. I found this Process viewer which I use instead. It is available free from http://www.prcview.com. I can call this simply by using the start method and then killing the process. This has worked great for me.
mmc runs the Microsoft Management Console. When you type Ctrl-Alt-Del, it brings up a 'Windows Security' dialog. Doing this seems to free up my freeze problem. When trying to type the Ctrl-Alt-Del via Silk, nothing happens. Killing a process is not an issue for me. I can do that. I just need to unfreeze my machine.