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Re: DAS and ?SysPassword


Hello,

After 3 years I am back with the same issue... Because today this is a
"big" issue for my environment...

So, I have the DAS from NSL 7.03 HF 4; XP (not tested on Win7),
connected to eDir (No LDAP option during the install process) and NO
secret Store.
Universal password is set ...

I have a auto-login on the XP with a local user....

Everything works ... I can login on the eDir ... Except when I use the
?SysPassword in the Application script.

The ?SysUser is always the network user (who is just logged) but the
?SysPassword is always the local user (used for the auto-login)
password.

NOW, if you give to this local user the Workstation administrator right,
it works: The application script will send the good ?SysPassword and the
good ?SysUser from the user who is just logged...

So the local user (for the auto-login) does have all the right on the
machine and we have something like a security hole ... No Good ...

Does anybody have the same issue ? Or did I made something wrong ?

Tx fro your help ...

Stephan


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Re: DAS and ?SysPassword

Spauwels wrote:

> Does anybody have the same issue ? Or did I made something wrong ?
>
> Tx fro your help ...


Hi Stephan,

I'm sorry I don't have an answer for you and recently there have been
few people willing or able to provide answers to some of the questions
raised here. If your question isn't answered or if you are in a hurry,
you may want to open a Service Request.

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