[THIN] Re: Wierd CMC issue

  • From: "Roy A. Tokeshi" <roy@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 5 Apr 2004 10:32:05 -0400

Did you grant shadow permission to the conection in connection 


On Mon, 5 Apr 2004 10:26am, Michael Boggan wrote:
> we created a new admin account called support for example.  if you 
> login to
> citrix as administrator and run the cmc and login to it as 
> administrator
> shadowing works fine.   if you login to citrix as the administrator and 
> the
> cmc as support, shadowing works fine.  but if you login to citrix as 
> support
> and the cmc as support, shadowing will not work.  it flashes like it is
> going to but then nothing happens.  the support is an xp full 
> administrator
> in the cmc setup.  is there a special windows permission that is needed 
> for
> this account.  as for as i can tell it has everything that the 
> administrator
> account has.
> thanks,
> _________________________________
> Michael Boggan
> Network Engineer/Citrix Admin
> Virtual Desktop Inc.
> Dallas, Texas
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Roy A. Tokeshi

<apology>Sent from handheld. Please forgive spelling, punctuation, and 
gramatical errors.</apology>
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