New Version of WinVNC No Longer Hidden?

Roger Felts rfelts "at"
Mon, 27 Jul 1998 14:26:02 +0000

Plus, on my NT box, you do get the normal dialog, and the service does 
not start until a net start winvnc is issued...

On Monday, July 27, 1998 12:06 AM, Titus 'Jim Beam' Chiu wrote:

> > The following trick prevents the VNCserver icon from appearing in
> > the tray:
> >
> > 1.-Add WinVNC.exe to the StartUp folder.
> > 2.-Edit the shortcut by adding at the end of path "-service"
> >     (my setup looks like this: "C:\Program Files\ORL\VNC
> >     \WinVNC.exe" -service)
> >
> > 3.-Voila...winserver works as a service, and it hidden from the
> > tray.
> >
> > It works the same for WinNT and Win95.

> cool, except someone has to login before the service is started. i 
kinda like
> the idea of being able to reboot the machine from remote, and be able 
> reconnect as soon as the machine gets back to the login prompt.

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