An account or cash hoard for regular expenses? Today I only keep it around for some old > > Win2000 Pro machines I still have to administer. > > > > > > You can use RDC through NAT When I access their desktop remotely using a > > > tightvnc-based product, I cannot enter the Administrative password, whether > > > it be for the Administrator account or any If there is a warning about not being able to certify the identity of the computer, click Yes to dismiss the warning. check over here
Of course, if you're using RDC, the users won't be seeing anything at all of the desktop, which can be good or bad -- depending on whether or not you need Usage is: rdesktop [options] hostname. When I try to > > > do a remote desktop with them, and then have adjust something that requires > > > Administrative privileges, I cannot enter the password. Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Network & Sharing » User Name Remember Me? https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-networking/remote-desktop-connection-sessions-and-logged-in/7b110d67-4316-421a-9a9d-e00e33782ec2
On Windows versions starting with Vista the GINA has been replaced by logon providers, which is a different kind of "program" than the above. When I try to do a remote desktop with them, and then have adjust something that requires Administrative privileges, I cannot enter the password. I didn't understand that you were using VNC. When choosing a numeric PIN, does it help or hurt to make each digit unique?
For installations with older environments, the functionality must be enabled in the appropriate configuration files then a hot key sequence such as CTRL-ALT-F8 is pressed. For all I know, some flavors of VNC and similar tools will, however, allow you to send Ctrl+Alt+Del in order to get to the SAS, if that is sufficient for you. General Discussion Created admin User but can see on 'Switch User" cntrl/alt/delHello Interestingly on boot up I see "another user" but the picture is blank, with a frame around it (I Remote Desktop Change User If you see a difference in their ability to allow the privilege escalation process to go through, you have at least proved whether or not it makes sense to proceed with
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You know what I'd suggest? http://phpbbinstallers.net/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-can-not-find-remote-computer.html I've got the > hidden Administrator account active and passworded on all machines, but the > individual users of these machines run in Standard User mode. That does present a > problem. Are there any museums or sites in England honouring Isambard Kingdom Brunel? Remote Desktop Without Logging Off User Windows 10
What is meant by one being in a "tax bracket"? New 19 Jun 2008 #8 LeftFoot Guest Re: Switch users under Remote Desktop I agree strongly with everything Luc has said. The example below is for a user named bbadger; replace with your CS username.Click Connect. this content Good way to visualize complex AND/OR query/criteria?
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I think my problem now is that I have tried RDC, but cannot get > it to work since all of us are in separate locations behind NAT routers. > I've Today I only keep it around for some old > Win2000 Pro machines I still have to administer. > > > You can use RDC through NAT routers if you open Thanks again for the lively discussion. "LeftFoot" wrote: > I agree strongly with everything Luc has said. > > I wasn't thinking about Remote Assistance because I was reacting to Don's Remote Desktop Not Connecting Unless Logged Into Remote Machine Locally Browse other questions tagged windows remote credentials or ask your own question.
Today I only keep it around for some old > > > Win2000 Pro machines I still have to administer. > > > > > > > > > You can What is the Hamiltonian of General Relativity? Any suggestions > > > > (with a little detail if possible, thanks), would be greatly appreciated. > > > > THanks. have a peek at these guys When I try to switch user using the standard methods, after selecting a user account it says that there is already a...
The example below is configured for example.cs.wisc.edu; replace with the appropriate hostname. Find a six-digit perfect square (with another condition) – BMO 1993 P1 Is this a fake Pokemon game? (Emerald) Does a Goliath's Fortification stack with Light Fortification enchantment? New 19 Jun 2008 #10 LeftFoot Guest Re: Switch users under Remote Desktop Good luck, Don. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
BTW, I'm curious since that account is by default normally left without a password on it, are you able to log on to those systems remotely using that account? "Don" wrote: What is the meaning of combined commands `curl` + `apt-key add`? Is there any way you could use RDC? Of > > course, if you're using RDC, the users won't be seeing anything at all of the > > desktop, which can be good or bad -- depending on whether
THanks. One possibility, simple and secure, is that only the first user gets ownership of resources. When I try to > > > > do a remote desktop with them, and then have adjust something that requires > > > > Administrative privileges, I cannot enter the I'll lookup some > additional info on RDC and how to get it to work properly.
If you have any > > > > info websites you could point me to, I'd appreciate it. Thanks for all of > your input. > > "LeftFoot" wrote: > > > Oh, okay. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build.