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Configure Dameware Mini Remote Control to require the end user to grant permission when connecting

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Update: 27 November 2018

Overview

When logging into remote sessions, some Dameware Mini Remote Control (MRC) users want the system to default to permission required from the end user.

Environment

  • MRC 10
  • MRC 11
  • MRC 12

Steps

Warning: SolarWinds strongly recommends that you back up your registry before making any edits to your system registry. You should only edit the registry if you are experienced and confident in doing so. Using a registry editor incorrectly can cause serious issues with your operating system, which could require you to reinstall your operating system to correct them. SolarWinds cannot guarantee resolutions to any damage resulting from making registry edits. 

 

  1. In the Start window, type regedit to open the Registry Editor.
  2. Browse to:
    • HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > DameWare Development > Agent Configuration > Mini Remote Control Service > Settings > Permission Required
    • ---- OR, if the above path does not have the key ----
    • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > DameWare Development > Mini Remote Control Service > Settings > Permission Required
  3. Change this setting from "0" to "1".
  4. You should see a notification coming from the computer's system tray that MRC agent is reconfiguring.

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