Using vnc like winframe

Roger Felts rfelts "at" gte.net
Thu, 23 Jul 1998 15:54:59 +0000


The biggest advantage of TSE vs. VNC is TSE supports multiple 
connections.  The screens that the remote clients are using are also 
not necessarily displayed on the server's monitor.  I get around this 
last by simply not having a monitor on that box : )

On Thursday, July 23, 1998 7:21 AM, Alexander Stigsen wrote:

> At 08:20 AM 7/22/98 -0500, you wrote:

> >The original respondant was incorrect:  NT * is* multiuser, it's 
just
> >that most NT software does not take advantage of this.  Something 
like
> >Exceed gives you a few remoteable utilities.  WinFrame / Hydra (the
> >TSE) attempt to make "ordinary" NT software remoteable.  For the 
most
> >part, they succeed.
> >
> >But since WinFrame / TSE are doing much more than just exporting the
> >display, VNC does not currently match their capabilities.  Not that 
it
> >couldn't, just that it doesn't.

> Just a question from one who have never seen WinFrame / TSE... What
> are they doing that VNC currently can't do?

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