From: JOhn (Dujohn_at_hotmail.com)
Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2003 19:28:55 -0700
Nope i dont think he was authenticated in anyway. i tested
it by hooking up a laptop in the network. I logged on to
the laptop as local admin.DHCP gave me a IP. I then
browsed through the network neighbourhood and got to
that "ServerX" machine real eezzzzz...Well i couldn't get
to other machines though as they were all part of the
Thanks - John.
>He was authenticated some how - you would need to enable
auditing of account
>logon events to see as what user. Make sure that the
guest account is
>disabled on that server. --- Steve
>"John" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Hello !
>> We have a windows NT domain. We have an important server
>> which is not part of our domain. We had a vendor come in
>> the other day,plugged his laptop into one of the jacks
>> (network) in our conference room and our DHCP server
>> the machine an IP (is there any way to prevent DHCP from
>> giving out or atleast asking for an authentication
>> giving out IPs to machines not part of our domain).
>> Then he went into the network neighbourhood and got into
>> serverX without any authentication. How to lock this
>> Any suggestions ?
>> Thanks - John