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Old 10-18-2006, 04:49 PM   #1
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Question IES4LINUX and Remote login sessions IE6SP1

Use CENTOS 4-4 Final

The only reason I need to use IE is to remotely login to my work place.
I install IES4LINUX with IE6SP1 and no problems there.
When I go to the login site it seems to download a plug-in [Maybe MSRDP.OCX] not really sure.
Any way it will let me login and work remotely one time only.
After that one time all I get is a blank white screen.

It seems to me if it works once it should work may times.


I do not want to install DUAL OS on my laptop if I can help it.


Old 10-20-2006, 04:22 AM   #2
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I would say that your best bet is to contact your IT department and ask them what could be causing this - it may just be a security setting that needs changing or there may be something else you need to install/add on.


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