helpdesk.txt pchelpware_SC GUI all commands

helpdesk.txt pchelpware_SC GUI all commands

Postby redge » 2007-08-22 20:50

PcHelpWare_server helpdesk.txt
all command

samples:
-direct -autoreconnect -connect repeater01.ultravnc.info:5500 -id 12345 -passwd 40F1FC278C991EED325D3D226E1D8445

-direct -connect tartempion.dyndns.org:5500 -passwd 40F1FC278C991EED325D3D226E1D8445

-direct -connect 123.123.123.123:5500 -passwd 40F1FC278C991EED325D3D226E1D8445

-connect uvnc.com:5500 -id ask -proxy -passwd ask

-connect dyn:5500 -dynhost uvnc.com:5912 -dynname ask -passwd ask

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all -command with #comments


-direct
#connect direct, only one [HOST] allowed.
#and if use, before -autoreconnect
#or
#before -connect if you don't use autoreconnect.


-autoreconnect (autoreconnect to repeater or to server
#if enabled, must exist before -connect)


-connect server:port
#connecting to server, sample: -connect tartempion.dyndns.org:5500
#connecting to server, sample: -connect 123.123.123.123:5500
#port number outgoing TCP, default 5500


-connect repeater:port
#connecting to repeater, sample: repeater01.ultravnc.info:5500
#port number outgoing TCP, default 5500

-connect dyn:5500
#connect to viewer with a dynamic ip address without their own dynamic dns client to port 5500
#viewer pre-requisite to open port 5500 to their NAT router.

-dynhost uvnc.com:5912
#connect to dynamic connector for who are behind NAT router
#not work for people firewalled
#hard coded default port 5912

-dynname ask
#local and remote invited to input alias name one word without space no special caracter

-id 1234
#-id 1234 replace by only integer allowed from 1 to 99999999 (max 8 digits)

-id ask
#requet user to input integer


-passwd 40F1FC278C991EED325D3D226E1D8445
#this an MD5 password generated (convert plain text to MD5 code)
#plain text password example: PcHelpWare
#equivalent MD5 password of above: 40F1FC278C991EED325D3D226E1D8445
#(md5 code uppercase required)
#password required

-passwd ask
#who run pchelpware_server need input plain text password
#password required

-proxy
#if you have a proxy, it allow you to authenticate to your proxy before going online.


thanks to:
dado023 and YY for suggestions :-)
Last edited by redge on 2009-05-31 09:16, edited 4 times in total.
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Re: helpdesk.txt pchelpware_SC GUI all commands

Postby echosystem » 2008-07-27 00:51

Hello,
Two quick questions.

1) I tried using -passwd ask and I am not getting prompted for a password.
2) What exactly does auto reconnect do? If I reboot the user will they automatically reconnect? I am assuming they would have to at least re-login to windows? Finally how can I stop the re-login when I am done with the client?

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Re: helpdesk.txt pchelpware_SC GUI all commands

Postby Matts » 2008-07-28 19:05

Such commands for the viewer would be nice too, but seem not be available.
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Re: helpdesk.txt pchelpware_SC GUI all commands

Postby Matts » 2008-11-23 17:42

Matts wrote:Such commands for the viewer would be nice too, but seem not be available.


Is there ever thought about this ?

And is it possible to use a "random" helpdesk.txt or link the variables in some way to antoher file or place like a database ?

Or I need to recompile the whole package for every connection :(
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Re: helpdesk.txt pchelpware_SC GUI all commands

Postby Matts » 2008-11-24 10:54

Is it possible to encrypt this file in some way ?
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Re: helpdesk.txt pchelpware_SC GUI all commands

Postby bevtech » 2008-11-24 14:26

well The connection is encrypted the only thing that i can think of is to use 7zip and encrypt your archive exe. Would make more work on the other side to use 7zip to encrypt it..:(
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Re: helpdesk.txt pchelpware_SC GUI all commands

Postby Matts » 2008-11-25 00:15

bevtech wrote:well The connection is encrypted the only thing that i can think of is to use 7zip and encrypt your archive exe. Would make more work on the other side to use 7zip to encrypt it..:(


The issue is that I need to "hide the connection stuff that is in helpdesk.txt" so you might understand why I want to do this.
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