I'm owner of Dameware NT Utilities (Version 188.8.131.52) And found security issue with itThis was tested also on New Dameware remote support ver 184.108.40.206With same ProblemThe Issue is when changing group membership in AD (Under "Microsoft WIndows Network" -> GroupsTheir is no audit in the Security event log of the Domain controller's (Changing with Microsoft tools is audit & Event 5136 is recorded)we have AD 2008 R2
Please also look for DWMRCS entries in the Operating System's Application Event Log on theremote machine. Copy & paste the entire text from each of these entries back to our support team so they can review them. There should be at least two entries for each failed login attempt.
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