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    Ashraf
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    putti-ko-jhol

    Hello i am interested in this , does this allow chat with friends if he/she is far of places.

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    Marcin Bach

    Hey, this app is great, many thanks.

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    larry

    Have something to say about Softros LAN Messenger? Say it here!
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    A user name and password is required to remote into another computer on the Local Area Network. Which user name and password? Is it referring to the wife username and password? Thanks. Larry

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    Matt (at Softros)

    Have something to say about Softros LAN Messenger? Say it here! Have suggestions, comments, or need help? Post it here! If you know of better software than Softros LAN Messenger, post it here! If you know of issues with Softros LAN Messenger, post it here! Share your knowledge with all of us. :-)

    A user name and password is required to remote into another computer on the Local Area Network. Which user name and password? Is it referring to the wife username and password? Thanks. Larry

    Hey Larry, just a little bit of insight on how remote administration works.

    1) When you connect to a remote user, your copy of Softros LAN
    Messenger sends your token/security context (you get it
    after logging into Windows).

    2) The remote user’s copy of Softros LAN Messenger receives your
    context, and then validates it on the domain controller, if there is
    one. If not, the remote copy sends back a request for administrator
    credentials.

    If the security context is validated by the domain as a domain
    administrator, the remote copy lets you open the remote desktop. If
    the context is validated as a non-admin, it sends back a request for
    administrator credentials.

    If the network is not domain-based, the remote copy of Softros LAN
    Messenger will always ask you to provide local (on the remote
    computer) administrator credentials to let you in.

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