I've configured uvnc authentication to Require MS Logon instead of static and unsafe Registry Password. It works fine with AD Authentication, but i would like to have a plan B if for whatever reasen the AD Auth is broken.
I have a local admin configured with is member of the local administrators group. I added to the MS Logon Groups but i always get "Authentication rejected" Message.
Is there somewhere a debug file to trace that issue, or do i have to do something else to allow a local admin group?
I am able to connect to my UltraVNC Server using the standard VNC password authorization. After changing the Server setting to require MS Login, I get the "authentication rejected" message after submitting my Windows username and password.
The account I use on the Server is a "hidden" administrator account. Do you think that could be the issue? Since I login via the Internet, I'm obviously in a different domain from the Server, but that should not matter, should it?
I too get "authentication rejected" I found that the MS logon security groups dont carry with the config file and I have to manually enter it in UVNC settings. How can I use GP to silent deploy and be able to save those security group settings automatically?