logmein: change authentication to network credentials vs. access code

Hello,
Can anyone tell me how to make logmein use the username/password/domain set of credentials vs. the standard access code option? I have tried uninstalling, verifying no local user account exists for logmein and then reinstalling with no success.

My goal is that logmein asks for domain credentials to connect to this resource as it is a member of the local domain and not a stand alone pc.

Thank you.
Tony



on each computer go into logmein control panel /options/ security and clear the personal password,, this will come into effect if you stop and start the logmein service



That is not how logmein works.. logmein uses the client to establish the connection with the web service this means that no NAT rules need to be setup in the routers as it establishes an outgoing connection rather than what the router will see as an unsolicited inbound connection and drop the packet. you can use another product.. in order to achieve what you want you need another product like vnc or teamviewer



No, you are misunderstanding the question. Two types of logmein authentication... access code which is just a password you make up or where it asks you for the windows: username/password/domain to connect.

I am trying to get it to ask me for the latter.



on each computer go into logmein control panel /options/ security and clear the personal password,, this will come into effect if you stop and start the logmein service



now it will use comuternameusername password or domainusernzme password.. For domainusername it must be joined to the domain



I am not sure you can accomplish what you want for your goal of "logmein asks for domain credentials to connect to this resource as it is a member of the local domain and not a stand alone pc."

Do you mean that you want to create a domain user profile after you are having remote access to his PC via Logmein?

Is the remote PC running Windows 7? If NO, you are out of luck. See the question below for details.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/2003_Server/Q_23441897.html

If it is running Windows 7, you can try Offline Domain Join (Djoin.exe) to see whether it works.

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/offline-domain-join-djoin-step-by-step%28v=ws.10%29.aspx

Anyway, you can still access to the domain resources if you know the internal IP address where the resources reside by entering the domainusername password.

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