Can't lock local keyboard when AllowProperties=0
Wed Jul 16 15:08:00 2003
William was close on this, but VNC's documentation is a little off. In the registry key
place the DWord "LockSettings" with an s at the end and set it to the value of 2
also place the DWord "LocalInputsDisabled" (that's local inputs disabled) and set it to the value of 1
This should get you all set up.
From: MIME :firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:MIME :email@example.com] Sent: Wednesday, July 16, 2003 12:40 AM
Subject: Re: Can't lock local keyboard when AllowProperties=0
Thanx for the input, William.
Unfortunately this didn't have any noticable effect.
Is it actually possible to prevent user access to the properties dialog, as well as lock the local keyboard when accessing the server ? It seems odd to have two different security features that cancel each other out.
I am in a school situation, & am using VNC to monitor/control classroom PCs. I want to be able to access a student's PC & kill any inappropriate activities (web browsing etc) without having to fight for control of the mouse. I also don't want students to be able to fiddle with VNC properties, for obvious reasons. Surely these should not be mutually exclusive aims ?
Any help appreciated.
> > Message: 13
> Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 20:17:56 -0400 (EDT)
> Subject: Re: Can't lock local keyboard when AllowProperties=0
> From: "William Hooper" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> > James M. Henderson said:
> > The problem is this: On the server machine, I have set AllowProperties,
> > AllowEditClients & AllowShutdown to in the registry - this works fine,
> > all of those options become unavailable to the user. > >
> > However, now the Disable Local Keyboard & Pointer function has ceased to
> > operate, & Lock Workstation (or Logoff) when Last Client Disconnects has
> > also stopped working.
> > Have you taken into account that AllowProperties "...stops all global
> per-user settings"? Try changing the "InputsEnabled" and "LockSetting" in
> the default user settings (HKLM\Software\ORL\WinVNC3\Default) or local
> per-user settings (HKLM\Software\ORL\WinVNC3\<username>) instead.
> > --
> William Hooper
> > --__--__--
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