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Automatic NTLM2 authentication issue in Terminal Server

Posted on 2012-03-26
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Hi All,

http://redwax.wordpress.com/2007/04/24/outlook-remote-access-features-cant-save-a-password-for-automatic-logon-exchange-role-based-server-security-solution/

I have successfull applied this config mentioned in the link above.

(start -->run --> control userpasswords2 --> advanced tab --> Password manager)
My problem is that I have more the one user to apply the username / password in the "Password manager" in windows 2003 Terminal Server environment.
Also i need to use the same server name in the name field, because the e-mail boxes are registered in "Godaddy".

The main issue is that I can give the "server" only once for a username / password and I need the same server name at least 5 times. (5 user)

(My server has only Terminal Server, and Printer server roles and it is a workgroup computer with Windows 2003 Server R2)

How should I give the same server name if it lets only once in Terminal Server environment?

Thanks
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Question by:agriboy1980
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by:agriboy1980
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I need to save 5 users servername / username / password on a Terminal Server into the Password Manager.
The main problem is that all 5 user are using the same server to connect via RPC over HTTP.

I tried to type the first one, that was ok. Adding the secound on (and giving the same SERVERNAME) overwrites the 1st ones data so the secound one is becoming the 1st one and there will be only one saved password again.

Is there a workaround to save more passwords for the same servername?

I should save the passwords like this:

1., server:           mail.secureserver.net
     username:     user1@domain.com

2., server:           mail.secureserver.net
     username:     user2@domain.com

and so on....

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agriboy1980 earned 0 total points
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I have tested the wrong way. I tried to implement passwords in the same remote desktop profile.
The solution is to test every user in a different profile and now it works.


Thanks anyway guys.

Cheers
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