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  • TSCMD Problem

    Hi,

    I used the TSCMD utility to adjust the shadow setting for our 6900 users. The command seems to have made an adjustment but not the proper one.

    The command line I used was:

    tscmd server username ShadowSettings (4)

    The command removed the no input and no notify but disabled remote control. Can you help?

    Thanks,

    Mike

  • #2
    Re: TSCMD Problem

    What do you mean remote control was disabled ? The command would be:

    tscmd server username ShadowSettings 4

    [do not enclose the 4 in () ]

    tscmd only modifies one setting at a time, which is why I'm wondering about disabling remote control. The "AllowLogonTerminalServer 1" enables terminal server access.
    Kevin Stanush
    SystemTools Software Inc.

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    • #3
      Re: TSCMD Problem

      Thanks for the reply! I did have the brackets in. Which I guess would default to no setting and disabled all.

      Mike

      [This message has been edited by mhayes (edited 12-18-2002).]

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      • #4
        Re: TSCMD Problem

        I reran the batch file without the brackets and still the shadowing is disabled.

        Here is the exact command line:

        >> tscmd hscmain01 AarAlessand ShadowingSettings 4

        The resulting view can be seen at:
        http://www.hscdsb.on.ca\images\tssample.gif

        Thanks again for your help.

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        • #5
          Re: TSCMD Problem

          I tested this just now on a Windows 2000 domain controller and it worked. Try this:

          - Make sure that your server on the command line for tscmd is the same server that you are viewing using Hyena/MMC. Hyena and MMC will only show you these settings for a domain controller (usually the PDC or Operations Master) When you run tscmd, you generally have to target a domain controller. I don't know what to do if you have a standalone terminal server.

          - Try running the same tscmd without the '4', which will show you the current setting.

          - Remember that MMC/Hyena may be looking at a different controller than what you targeting with tscmd.

          - Try setting the option in MMC/Hyena manually to make sure that the Shadowing settings will 'stay'. I think this option is not supported for Citrix computers (I think...)

          Let us know what you find.
          Kevin Stanush
          SystemTools Software Inc.

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          • #6
            Re: TSCMD Problem

            Thanks again. I was specifying the PDC (even though there is no such thing anymore) instead of the DC that Hyena was running on.

            Settings worked great!

            Mike

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