Since we're in a workgroup, let's try:
"C:\Program Files\Solarwinds\DameWare Mini Remote Control 9.0\DWRCC.exe" -c: -h: -a:2 -m:server -u:user -p:pass
The -a:2 switch uses Encrypted Windows Login
is the same thing, now the error change to "incorrect user o password" see below:
if use a:1 always pass the logged credentials , if use a:2 the passed credential are taken from the command line as expected but with that error.
which param switch can i use to uncheck "use current logon credentials" from the command line ( to use a:1 with other credentials )??
Is the machine you are trying to connect to Windows XP? If so, let's try to disable Simple File Sharing and ForceGuest:
XP Simple File Sharing:
This is how you disable "Simple File Sharing" in Windows XP Professional (it cannot be done in XP Home or XP MCE):
Open My Computer.
Select Tools / Folder Options.
Click on the View Tab.
Go all the way to the bottom of the list and Disable "Use simple file sharing (Recommended)"
XP ForceGuest Policy:
You may also want to try adjusting the "ForceGuest" policy setting on the
remote machine to make sure all users authenticating to this machine
over the network are actually authenticating as themselves, and not as
the Guest account.
This policy can be found in the Local Security Policy on the Remote Machine:
Tools -> Local Security Policy -> Security Options -> Network access: Sharing and security model for local accounts
… and change from "Guest Only – local users authenticate as Guest" to "Classic – local users authenticate as themselves".
simple file sharing is disabled always.
like a workaround im changing in the registry "HKCU\Software\Dameware Development\Mini Remote Control\Settings" the key "Use Current Logon Credentials" to "0" before launch the application and then change back the value.
but still having problems on start and stop de service sometimes.
anyway txs for your time.
Try this maybe:
"C:\Program Files\Solarwinds\DameWare Mini Remote Control 9.0\DWRCC.exe" -c: -h: -a:1 -m:server -u:machinename\user -p:pass"
Thats what worked for our non-domain computer
txs , but not lucky