Accessing machines on a Novell-LAN

Harry Nooitgedagt hrn "at"
Fri, 16 Oct 1998 17:37:11 +0000

Thanks Tony,

I've set up the machines with an IP-adress, and can indeed acces the
machines that were already accessible, now form a machine that in itself
stays inaccessible.

Putting the file HOST in the c:\windows-directory did no good either.
I'm still at a loss.

Harry Nooitgedagt
-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: Shum, Tony <tss "at">
Aan: 'vnc-list "at"' <vnc-list "at">
CC: 'Harry Nooitgedagt' <hrn "at">
Datum: woensdag 14 oktober 1998 17:14
Onderwerp: RE: Completely delete and re-install VNC

>Do the following if you don't have an IP address on the PC.
>You have to setup each machine with an IP address from
>control_panel/network, modified the Tcp/ip and add an IP address to it.
>Then modify the file 'hosts' in your c:\windows directory.
>  For example:c:\windows\hosts file
>  station1
>  station2
>copy the hosts file to your second system and make sure you set the IP
>address on the second PC also.
>I hope this will help.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Harry Nooitgedagt [SMTP:hrn "at"]
>> Sent: Wednesday, October 14, 1998 5:22 AM
>> Subject: Completely delete and re-install VNC
>> L.S.,
>> How do I COMPLETELY delete everything (without ANY trace) of VNC of my
>> system (Novell network, individual PC's)?
>> I will try to re-install VNC on my machines, because I can't get
>> connection to and from certain PC's, and there seems to be no experience
>> with this problem among the subscribers of this list. If this doesn't
>> work, I will have to resort to very expensive solutions with poor
>> screentransfer like Netop.
>> (or has anyone another option for remote control?)
>> kruti,
>> Harry Nooitgedagt
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