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Hi,
I have n number of client - accesing my server
I have few queries as listed below.
1)I want to know how does a server will know the which Client is accesing him.
a)My Client are
1) is C client (ie a exe file)
2)second one is a java file (.class) accesing the server
Is there any class or method which returns the type of client accesing the server

2) I want to know what is the uid (userid) with which the client is accesing (the system uid )ie the (windows NT uid like administrator) or (root of the Unix system).
Please let me know the class and the method in java which can provide me the solution
Thanks
Abiram
 
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there is an answer here
no big help so far but if you reply maybe someone can give more information.
do not crosspost. its hard to follow a thread running in several forums.
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