X3 wrote:just one topic below yours asking pretty much the same...
RFE: MS Logon II without password set
ricka wrote:yossik: I've had problems with the authentication via command line if the Server version is below 1.0.2. Check that it isn't an old version.
I for one find this ridiculous. I can specify command line arguments, but the .vnc files can't save the username and passwords for domain authentication properly and send them across? And the posted "fix" for this is downloading 3rd party software to do the work for you???
Please consider adding support for domain authentication into the .vnc files (with password encryption) as I am not comfortable with leaving my password in plain text shortcut links, but I'm lazy enough that I don't like typing in a domain/username and password every time I want to connect to our many VMs running UltraVNC.
ricka wrote:When you are in the server (the host machine, the machine you are trying to connect to), the VNC logo should be running in the system tray (bottom right near the clock, the logo looks like an eye).
Right click that eye and go to the "About WinVNC option". The first line should tell you the version.
Alternatively, you can go to "Control Panel -> Add/Remove programs" and look for UltraVNC in the list, the version should be right beside it.
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