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Security Problem with SBS 2003 & LogMeIn Free Edition

Hi Folks

i have just installed logmein on a new Dell PowerEdge 1900 server running SBS2003 R2.

Set up LogMeIn no trouble.

If I try to remotely connect to the servr via LogMeIn after about 4 seconds the server locks the screen (aka CTRL ALT DEL - Lock Computer or Screen saxer timeout).  User has remote access rights in account

however, screen saver is disabled as was the screen saver 'on resume request password' option.

Why is SBS kicking the connection?
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Rob Williams

8/22/2022 - Mon
Rob Williams

It's not an answer, but are you familiar with Remote Web Workplace (RWW)?
RWW is built-in with Small Business Server, and only available on SBS. It is probably the most sought after feature of SBS. It is more efficient than LogMeIn, offers more features, is free, and uses secure SSL connections. If you should not be familiar with it and need a hand please advise.
http://www.lan-2-wan.com/SBS.htm#q1
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cmdown

Hi Rob

I do need to get LogMeIn working for a specific purpose but in the short term if you could give me a hand to set up the RWW service that would be great.  Just one point of note - the server is behind a BT Fusion BT2700HGV router / firewall which can be awkward to configure
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Rob Williams

Thanks cmdown.
Cheers !
--Rob
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