System Management Technologies' NT Domain-Security VNC Problem

Ryan Casey scfiead "at" hotmail.com
Mon, 11 Jun 2001 16:22:27 +0000


This appears to be free.  Is there any possibility of incorporating the
changes for Domain Authorization into the most recent version of WinVNC as
an option?

Ryan P. Casey
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From: "Bartel, Matt" <Matt.Bartel "at" qg.com>
To: <vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com>
Sent: Monday, June 11, 2001 10:29 AM
Subject: System Management Technologies' NT Domain-Security VNC Problem


> Hello!
>
> I am using System Management Technologies' (http://www.smtechnologies.com)
> version of VNC which provides for Windows NT domain security built native
> into VNC.
>
> I am having one problem.  After running the server-piece, and trying to
> connect with the client-piece, it asks me for my domain and password.  I
> cannot find where to specify which domain I would like to authenticate
into
> (on the server-side), as it only asks for the domain when connecting with
> the client.  So, I *assume* that I must pop in the domain name under where
> it asks to specify the full control group, and I do so like this:
>
> myDomain\Domain Admins
>
> I have also tried it in the following ways without success:
>
> myDomain\"Domain Admins"
> localMachine\Administrators
> localMachine\administrators
> localMachineUser (in the local machine's admin group)
> domainUser (in a domain admin group)
>
> Can anyone please fill me in on how to authenticate?  I could not find a
log
> which showed errors, or what is going on, so I'm kind of in the dark.
>
> Thank  you!
> -Matt
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