Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2003 14:10:22 -0800
Reply-To: Bart Heinsius <eombah@HOTMAIL.COM>
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From: Bart Heinsius <eombah@HOTMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: JDMS and NT/Server Win2k/Server
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Do you get the prompts for userid and password when you telnet to the
If so, you should enter exactly the words you see there on the JDMS
If you only see "Hello>", then you probably don't have security
enabled on the spawner. I can't get that to work on my machine either.
When I blank out all the username and password prompt fields, the
spawner can't start a SAS server session.
So try to run the spawner with security enabled:
spawner -comamid tcp -security
Try running it in a DOS window first so you can see what it's doing.
PhilRack@MINEQUEST.COM (Phil Rack) wrote in message news:<A1988714A503D5118278004005A3A7FC13D09F@DESKTOPSOLUTI01>...
> Hi Bart,
> I do have the spawner running and I can telnet to SAS. When I get to the
> prompts for userid and password, I get an error of an "invalid userid or
> password." It seems that JDMS is waiting for "login" or "Received" and my
> system is returning "Hello". Did you have to setup a group policy for
> telnet clients on your system?
> Phil Rack
> MineQuest, LLC
> SAS Consulting and Contract Programming
> Tel: (614) 457-3714
> E-Mail: Philrack@MineQuest.com