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Windows 7 Telnet server configuration

balubeto

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Hi

I have a computer with Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64 bit called Pippo and I have enabled the Telnet server. Its configuration is:

Code:
C:\Windows\system32> tlntadmn

The settings on localhost are as follows:
Alt key associated with 'CTRL + A':         YES
Idle Session Timeout:                       30 minutes 0 seconds
Max. connections:                           5
Telnet port:                                23
Maximum number of failed login attempts:    3
End Task to disconnect:                     YES
Operation mode:                             Console
Authentication Mechanism:                   NTLM
Domain Defaults:                            Pippo
Status:                                     Running
C:\Windows\system32>

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I have an other computer with Windows XP SP3 and I have enabled the Telnet client. Its configuration is:

Code:
C:\Windows\system32> tlntadmn

The settings on localhost are as follows:
Alt key associated with 'CTRL + A':         YES
Idle Session Timeout:                       30 minutes 0 seconds
Max. connections:                           5
Telnet port:                                23
Maximum number of failed login attempts:    3
End Task to disconnect:                     YES
Operation mode:                             Console
Authentication Mechanism:                   NTLM
Domain Defaults:                            Pippo
Status:                                     Running
C:\Windows\system32>

The two computers have accounts with different credentials.

If, by the Client, I write:

Code:
C:\Documents and Settings\Account_comune> telnet Pippo

This error is displayed:

Code:
Microsoft Telnet Client
The escape character is 'Ctrl ++'

You are sending information to a remote computer in the Internet Zone. This may not be secure. Send it anyway? (y/n) y

Telnet server could not log you in using NTLM authentication.
Your password may have expired.
Login using your username and password

Telnet Server is configured to use NTLM authentication only.
Contact your administrator to enable username/password authentication.
Telnet Server has closed the connection

Connection to host lost.
C:\Documents and Settings\Account_comune>

How come? How do I display the Login of the Server?

Thanks

Bye
 
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