it seems that we can not connect the SoftGrid server using the local account instead of domain account,so does it means if the client is in the WAN not in the LAN
we can not use softGrid??
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i have trid it using SoftGrid Client Management to connect server,failed.................
Answered 10/24/2007 by: yin19991999
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What do you mean by in the WAN? Anonynmous from the outside or local accounts on a PC that are not domain accounts?

Softgrid's based on users and groups in the domain. In theory, you could put everyone instead of domain users for allowing to connect to the server, then you could in theory put everyone in the domain group that you assign permissions to your package and in theory, that might work for a non domain user.
Answered 10/24/2007 by: Chipster
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ok, because i have a situation that the clients are not in the LAN,they are in the WAN,so i wann know whether there exists a tool can support this kind of situation and allow clients connect the server to get application.it seems that softGrid Client Management can not connect to server using username and password which is not in the domain.Or i can set it in the Server Tool?if not ,we should use VPN?
Answered 10/24/2007 by: yin19991999
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there is something wrong above.i mean
it seems that softGrid Client Management can not connect to server using username and password which is in the domain if the client use local account to log in the client computer or the cient computer is not in the domain
Answered 10/24/2007 by: yin19991999
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