Told ya so!
So.. went to see friend.. he is running 14.04, not 16.04... =) Now he is on windows.
You guys do realize we represent like 1% of their business model, right? Windows for the win! B*tches... ;)
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Well... I guess my friend was right.
I don't think so.. but then again I have mine set for max 30 minutes without forcing the user to re-authenticate... no matter what. Default is 360.. I suppose folks can forget to log out or have their 2fa stuff stolen.
You should be using two form authentication.. Lot's of horror stories of folks that don't use that...
They were using Connectwise Control without two form:
Well.. as I said in earlier posts.. try 16.04 LTS.. my buddy uses it without a hitch. I was on a beta linux version they removed from the site.. and I doubt they come up with another update.
So.... decided to turn off the IIS stuff and just run straight screenconnect with SSL. Something with cookies. When I logout it doesn't always log me out when I used IIS. stuff.
Oh.. I have IIS doing SSL Offloading with URL Rewrite... this command helps preserve headers. "Notes"
"C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\appcmd.exe" set config -section:system.webServer/proxy /preserveHostHeader:"True" /commit:apphost
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