1.1.9.6 - MS Logon/Query/Win7

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1.1.9.6 - MS Logon/Query/Win7

Postby seemax1991 » 2014-05-22 10:24

Hi,

I now failed for quiet some days to get this conf. running:

Logon Screen (No user locked - just the normal MS Logon screen) -> Query = 0
Logon Screen (User left station for what ever reason - user locked) -> Query = 0 (So I, as an IT-Futzi, am able to change to the local Administrator)
User logged in -> Query = 1

We have the limitation that we are not allowed to connect to WS when currently used by locked on user. We do not accept any silent control of employees with the viewonlyoption.

Can anyone help me here?

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Re: 1.1.9.6 - MS Logon/Query/Win7

Postby seemax1991 » 2014-05-28 05:30

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Re: 1.1.9.6 - MS Logon/Query/Win7

Postby seemax1991 » 2014-06-05 13:04

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Re: 1.1.9.6 - MS Logon/Query/Win7

Postby Rudi De Vos » 2014-06-05 14:48

The result is the combination of following Parameters.... query=0 is no para
I guess you want to enable query for all with following parameter
QueryIfNoLogon=0
Disable query settings when no user is logged.


AuthHosts=
+ =allow
- = deny
? = query
syntax:
-:+10.0.60.141:?10.0.31.169:-10.0.20.240:
instead of 10.0.60.141 you can use 10.0.60, then it is valid for the full range of ip addresses..

QuerySetting=2
Define on how to react on the (-,?,+) from the Authhosts.
0="+:Accept, ?:Accept, -:Query"
1="+:Accept, ?:Accept, -:Reject"
2="+:Accept, ?:Query, -:Reject [Default]"
3="+:Query, ?:Query, -:Reject"
4="+:Query, ?:Reject, -:Reject"
It is used to specify a set of IP address templates which incoming connections must match in order to be accepted. By default, the template is empty and connections from all AuthHosts_Tip5="hosts are accepted. The template is of the form:
+[ip-address-template]
?[ip-address-template]
-[ip-address-template]
In the above, [ip-address-template] represents the leftmost bytes of the desired stringified IP-address.
For example, +158.97 would match both 158.97.12.10 and 158.97.14.2. Multiple match terms may be specified, delimited by the ":" character. Terms appearing later in the template take precedence over earlier ones. e.g. -:+158.97: would filter out all incoming connections except those beginning with 158.97. Terms beginning with the "?" character are treated by default as indicating hosts from whom connections must be accepted at the server side via a dialog box. The QuerySetting option determines the precise behaviour of the three AuthHosts options..

QueryTimeout=10
QueryTimeout is the time the messagebox is shown..

QueryAccept=0 ( 0=refuse 1=accept 2=refuse)
This popup a timed messagebox to allow the user (server site) to allow/reject an incoming connect.., default action

QueryIfNoLogon=0
Disable query settings when no user is logged.
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Re: 1.1.9.6 - MS Logon/Query/Win7

Postby seemax1991 » 2014-06-10 07:20

Rudi De Vos wrote:The result is the combination of following Parameters.... query=0 is no para
I guess you want to enable query for all with following parameter
QueryIfNoLogon=0
Disable query settings when no user is logged.


AuthHosts=
+ =allow
- = deny
? = query
syntax:
-:+10.0.60.141:?10.0.31.169:-10.0.20.240:
instead of 10.0.60.141 you can use 10.0.60, then it is valid for the full range of ip addresses..

QuerySetting=2
Define on how to react on the (-,?,+) from the Authhosts.
0="+:Accept, ?:Accept, -:Query"
1="+:Accept, ?:Accept, -:Reject"
2="+:Accept, ?:Query, -:Reject [Default]"
3="+:Query, ?:Query, -:Reject"
4="+:Query, ?:Reject, -:Reject"
It is used to specify a set of IP address templates which incoming connections must match in order to be accepted. By default, the template is empty and connections from all AuthHosts_Tip5="hosts are accepted. The template is of the form:
+[ip-address-template]
?[ip-address-template]
-[ip-address-template]
In the above, [ip-address-template] represents the leftmost bytes of the desired stringified IP-address.
For example, +158.97 would match both 158.97.12.10 and 158.97.14.2. Multiple match terms may be specified, delimited by the ":" character. Terms appearing later in the template take precedence over earlier ones. e.g. -:+158.97: would filter out all incoming connections except those beginning with 158.97. Terms beginning with the "?" character are treated by default as indicating hosts from whom connections must be accepted at the server side via a dialog box. The QuerySetting option determines the precise behaviour of the three AuthHosts options..

QueryTimeout=10
QueryTimeout is the time the messagebox is shown..

QueryAccept=0 ( 0=refuse 1=accept 2=refuse)
This popup a timed messagebox to allow the user (server site) to allow/reject an incoming connect.., default action

QueryIfNoLogon=0
Disable query settings when no user is logged.


I will try this as soon as I got time to work on our standard image!

If this works you helped me saving a lot of frustration and time!
Much appriciated!

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