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Old 04-25-2005
Question HP-UX: X connections...?

Hello All,
I have 2 qries about X connections on HP-UX :

1.How/where to determine whether "X connections" to the server are controlled.

2. How/where to determine whether "X11 connection" are tunnelled via ssh.

3. How/where to determine the "Time in minutes before unattended X terminals are locked".

and one for web-server on HP-UX:

1. How/where to determine the "Number of systems allowed to Remote manage the web server".

I will appritiate your immed response.


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