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jmcnulty

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    RE: Want to send an email when a port is used
    That gives me enough to start looking again - many thanks for your help! Joe
    Link to this post 19 Mar 10

    That gives me enough to start looking again - many thanks for your help!

    Joe

  • jmcnulty
    RE: NETWORK IS RUNNING EVEN IF NETWORK SERVICES IS OFF
    Not a tech answer I know, but if you need your machine to not be on the network and it's a semi-permanent arrangement, just disconnect the network cable? Sorry if there are reasons this isn't an option!
    Link to this post 19 Mar 10

    Not a tech answer I know, but if you need your machine to not be on the network and it's a semi-permanent arrangement, just disconnect the network cable? Sorry if there are reasons this isn't an option!

  • jmcnulty
    Want to send an email when a port is used
    Hi everyone, Unusual request that Google hasn't been able to help with. I have VMWare running on my Debian box that has XP-Pro as a guest OS. The guest OS will only be connected to through normal Windows remote desktop. I want to fire myself an email when the RDC client connects (and ideally disconnects), so I was hoping to setup a monitor in Debian that can fire me a mail through mutt or something that mails me when the 3389 port is accessed. Is this possible or am I looking at it the wrong way? TIA Joe
    Link to this post 18 Mar 10

    Hi everyone,

    Unusual request that Google hasn't been able to help with.

    I have VMWare running on my Debian box that has XP-Pro as a guest OS. The guest OS will only be connected to through normal Windows remote desktop.

    I want to fire myself an email when the RDC client connects (and ideally disconnects), so I was hoping to setup a monitor in Debian that can fire me a mail through mutt or something that mails me when the 3389 port is accessed.

    Is this possible or am I looking at it the wrong way?

    TIA

    Joe

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