A solution to your problelm

Andrew Bourdon powerpenguin "at" techie.com
Tue, 15 Aug 2000 06:32:14 +0000


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For this, you'll have to set up and define clients. to do this, right click
the taskbar icon and select "Add New Client". This tells VNC that it will
accept Bob at 24.5.654.215 and Sue at 172.153.23.2, but no one else. If you
want to kill a "rutheless" client, select "Kill All Clients" from the
taskbar. Hopefully, in later versions, there will be a way to kill only
specific users.

THE ORIGINAL MESSAGE WAS:

Greetings:

This is the first time i'll be using VNC on a Windows NT.
How do I setup that all Server accept only to a certain host.
example: server "192.168.1.2" only accept remote connection
from client "192.168.1.56" and "192.168.1.89" and all other host rejected.

Hoping for immediate reply.

Thank you,
Sherwin
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