Remote Access Tips: (Remote Desktop, Terminal Services, VPN, Remote Support)
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|Secondary LogMeIn Users|
|Unable to complete a connection using Firefox v3.x and LogMeIn Free v3.x|
|Network level authentication not supported on Windows XP SP3|
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When creating secondary users, it is wise to have them create their own account first. This lets them add computers to their own account if they wish to. If they dont have their own account under that e-mail, and are then created as a secondary user, they will not be able to have their own account under that same e-mail. They will only be able to be secondary users on other accounts. If they have their own account first and then are created as a secondary user, they have the option later to add computers to their own account. Source
Mozilla Firefox v3.x has a problem with the v3.x (e.g. v3.0.606) LogMeIn (LMI) x86 client software.
Using Mozilla Firefox v3.x, you're able to connect to the LogMeIn client, but shortly after you enter the user name and password and click the Login button, you're sent back to the "My Computers" page with the following message displayed:
Connecting to the same LogMeIn client with Internet Explorer 7 works fine.
Manually upgrade the LogMeIn client
|LogMeIn v3 Dialog||LogMeIn v4 Dialog|
|Windows XP SP3|
|Windows Server 2008|
|Remote Desktop Connection v6.x|
You're unable to connect to Terminal Services on a Windows Server 2008 server that has "Network Level Authentication" enabled, using Remote Desktop Connection, on Windows XP Service Pack 3.
Open Remote Desktop Connection and click on the icon in the title bar and select About.
If About says "Network Level Authentication not supported," then you'll need to turn on Credential Security Service Provider (CredSSP) in Windows XP SP3.
Turn on Credential Security Service Provider (CredSSP) in Windows XP Service Pack 3