|Makes sense about the targets. Should have thought of that. Thanks.|
The one I'm most interested in would be for task manager (cntl-alt-dlt). When you're logged on to a remote machine you can't press cntl-alt-dlt. That will launch task manager on your machine, not the remote one. The only way I could think to do it was with run, but I can't find the command for it. Your target trick won't work for that.