MS Logon II - Local admin?

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MS Logon II - Local admin?

Postby bhusk » 2006-10-31 17:18

Hi Guys,

Just wondering if MS Logon II disables the ability to log into VNC using the local administrator account? It seems to work okay with MS Logon I?

Thanks!
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Re: MS Logon II - Local admin?

Postby bevtech » 2006-10-31 17:46

no it should not disable the ability, but if uvnc mslogon is not setup properly you may have logon issues..;)
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Re: MS Logon II - Local admin?

Postby bhusk » 2006-10-31 17:48

I can log on using my domain account, but it will not authenticate using the local system account =(
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Re: MS Logon II - Local admin?

Postby bevtech » 2006-10-31 17:51

oh you need to use mslogon II for domain authenication and which version of UVNC are you using there is a major bug in version 1.01 and it is corrected in version 1.02..;)


Does UVNC work properly if you use classical authenication?? and temperarly disable your mslogon to see if you can get your local admin back..;)
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Re: MS Logon II - Local admin?

Postby bhusk » 2006-10-31 18:00

I guess the problem is that if the computer is NOT joined to a domain, you cannot log into uvnc using the local system administrator account with MS Logon II. It seems to work fine if the computer is part of a domain. In both scenarios I verified that the local administrator is present in the mslogon config with full rights.

If I disable mslogon the password works for both scenarios.

EDIT: v1.0.2
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