ULTRAVNC SERVER on WIN 2003 server installed authentication error

I have installed Ultra VNC server  on my Win 2003 server. For authentication I selected require ms logon and new ms logon support multiple domains. I put a value in the vnc password  field. When I try to vnc into the server  it gives me an error message of  "This server does not have a valid  password enable. Until a password is set, incomming  connections cannot  be accepted". Can someone please tell me how to fix this

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I always find start simple and work up. deselct the ms logon requirements and then see if VNC works if it does select one of the options.
Make sure that the remote user has access to the right permissions within server 2003 etc.
Win 2003 server does have its' own remote desktop server which is far more secure so you could just use that. If you need multiple accesses at the same time you can enable terminal services and have several users logged on.

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