Automatic login with Remote Desktop Connection ?

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Hi
Is there anyway to login atomaticly with remote desktop without any
interaction from the user ?

/PE
 
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"PE" <pe@ow.se> wrote in message
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> Hi
> Is there anyway to login atomaticly with remote desktop without any
> interaction from the user ?

It depends upon what OS the client RDP is running. If your client system is
running Windows XP/2000, you can save the password when you create the
connectoid. If your client system is running Win9x/ME, you cannot save the
password.


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Best Regards,

Jim Graue
Armorplate your Windows® with SCO® UNIX®!
 
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check out http://www.wyse.com/products/software/alcatraz.htm, we have the
Alcatraz client running on Windows 98 systems here, they look like terminals
and present the user with the ts logon screen at strat-up. If the systems
ever crash or the client is terminated, Alcatraz recovers the app and
restarts it. This is a great way to get a uniform desktop and control the
session.

hope it is of help

Chris

"J. Graue" <info@nospam.com> wrote in message
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>
> "PE" <pe@ow.se> wrote in message
> news:#3bYSohJEHA.556@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> > Hi
> > Is there anyway to login atomaticly with remote desktop without any
> > interaction from the user ?
>
> It depends upon what OS the client RDP is running. If your client system
is
> running Windows XP/2000, you can save the password when you create the
> connectoid. If your client system is running Win9x/ME, you cannot save
the
> password.
>
>
> --
> Best Regards,
>
> Jim Graue
> Armorplate your Windows® with SCO® UNIX®!
>
>