|Originally posted by betelgeuze:
This is a bump but also a little something else. In another topic someone mentioned that to run a connection with an unhacked replay you need to run a linux box or win 2k advanced server. My question is: how do you do this with win 2k server?
I've got mine running through on Win2k Server though a VMWare
virtual machine (running Linux). I know it's not quite what you wanted, but it works pretty well (unfortunately, VMWare ended their "hobbyist" promotion, so it's a pretty expensive piece of software nowadays).
It's interesting to note that it's easy to shorten the username the Replay will use, once you have it connected to your machine (without opening the box and voiding your warrantee, and without the hard drive hacking that seanriddle used). Each dial-up provider can have a different username, though most of them are of the form "%firstname.lastname@example.org". It's easy enough to modify, if you proxy the connection.
If someone knew enough about Linux, it should be possible to make a Linux boot-disk that would change the domain initially. Once changed, the Replay could connect through Windows (though you'd probably still want to do some proxying, to make sure the username didn't get changed back).