Here's one way...
The Windows NT Server 4.0 resource Kit has a Web Administration Kit.
Install it on your server and follow these steps:
1. Call up your server via RAS.
2. Use your browser to access http://yourserver/NTAdmin/
You will then be presented with a web page containing menus. If I'm not
mistaken, you will first be prompted for a login name and a password. You
should log in as someone with Administrative privileges. Otherwise, you
can't use the menus.
Choose the one pertaining to users. Add users.
Another way is to use a remote control software ( pcAnywhere, ... ). I
found one that is so cool. It's name is RemotelyAnywhere. It's also
web-based, but the difference with my first solution above, this actually
lets you see the screen of the NT server on your web browser. I found it
really amazing !! I can't remember the web site I got it from. But you can
search yahoo for it. Btw, I think it's freeware. Tell me if I'm mistaken.
Btw, can you ask around who knows how to get the utility named CHKTIME.EXE
? It's supposed to be a utility that enables RAS users see their online
time over the web.
- Danny Sinang