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  • An SAP BASIS consultant who likes all technology, gadgets, sports and too many other things.

    Has dabbled in:

    ABAP, BASIC, Pascal, C# .net, COBOL, Cold Fusion, CSS, Google App Inventor for Android, Javascript, Java, Java for Android, C++, HAML, HTML, XHTML, HTMLB (for SAP ITS), PHP, SASS, SQL, VB, XML as well as others - but I don't confess to being an expert in any of them ;-)


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    answered What does this SAP error mean? recv104 NiIReadrecv nixxi.cp5087
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    accepted Is it possible to secure the SAP Telnet Administration port (50008)?
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    answered Is it possible to secure the SAP Telnet Administration port (50008)?
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    comment Is it possible to secure the SAP Telnet Administration port (50008)?
    @TheCleaner - websmp130.sap-ag.de/sap(bD1lbiZjPTAwMQ==)/bc/bsp/sno/ui_entry/… says 'For 7.1 Netweaver systems and above, the telnet service is now more secure as it can only be accessed from the local host.'. Most of our systems are version 7.02 and I can telnet to these from my PC, but I cannot telnet to our systems running 7.1.
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    comment Remote Desktop Connection to Windows Server 2008 R2 by hostname and IP
    Out of interest, why do you want to? The authentication should be \\<WindowsDomain>\<username> so why aren't you using that format? It sounds like you're confusing a Windows Domain with a network domain name. For the share, by client to you mean the PC's or the users? Have the users been given share as well as security permissions?
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