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Subject: Re: Win98 Screen Saver password and Remote Login.
From: David Sanner (dasannerYAHOO.COM)
Date: Wed Sep 20 2000 - 15:48:55 CDT


James,

You are correct, however, my company, just basically
has taken over another companies IT infrastructure and
the new policy has not been put in place.

That being said, do you have any ideas on getting by
Win98 stations with password protection from a
PCAnywhere perspective?

dasannerieee.org

--- James Kirk <jp.kirkEROLS.COM> wrote:
> Except that most Security plans for most orgs
> require the use of
> password protected screen savers. Why it would
> matter much on a Win98
> box is up for argument but ....
>
> Choz Sun wrote:
>
> > In this case, wouldn't you lay down the
> ruddie-poo smackdown and
> > prevent end users from locking screen savers? Joe
> Louthan
> > j_louthanhotmail.com
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: David Sanner
> > Are there any tools or methods which could be
> used to get
> > into a Windows 98 system when the screen
> saver password
> > kicks in "AND" a remote administrator,
> whoever, is
> > connecting to that station using a remote
> Timbuktu or
> > PCAnywhere session?
> >
> --
>
>
>
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>
> James P Kirk |
> email:
> jp.kirkerols.com
> MCP, CCNA
> Certified Internet/Intranet Security Professional
>
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>
> error: found your .sig, thought it was stupid, did
> not append!

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