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Windows 2000 server and XP telnet problem


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zillah

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I have this simple scenario :

Windows XP SP2 192.168.0.1 (no firewall) and win 2000 server 192.168.0.22 (no firewall) connected to each other by cross over cable they can ping each other with out any problem. Both of them have administrator account with password.


First Case

Telnet form XP- ->Server

I enabled Telnet session on server and I tried to telnet form XP to server, I received this message:

You are about to send your password information to remote computer in internet zone . This might not be safe. Do you want to send any way [y/n] ? ,,,, If I typed in yes, I received this message :

“Connection to host lost”.




If I typed in : No, I received this message :

Server allows NTLM authentication only
Server has closed connection
Connection to host lost .







Second Case

Telnet from Server- ->XP

I enabled Telnet session on XP and I tried to telnet form server to XP, I received this message:

You are about to send your password information to remote computer in internet zone . This might not be safe. Do you want to send any way [y/n] ? ,,,,If I typed in yes

I received this error message :

Access Denied : specified user is not a member of telnet clients group. Server Administrator, must add this user to the above group. Telnet session has closed the connection

If I type in No: I was able to access the XP!!!! : OR if I typed in:

telnet 192.168.0.1 and double click (not single click ),,,i.e. without waiting to see this message You are about to send your password information to remote computer in internet zone . This might not be safe. Do you want to send any way [y/n] ?,,,,,I was able to access the XP as well.


I tried this scenario at lab at work with more than one group (I configured 4 groups , each group of 2 PCs),,,some of them even with option No, it did not work!!!!!
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