VNC "Disappears" at login/logoff

Blyth, John John.Blyth "at" health.wa.gov.au
Thu, 31 Aug 2000 09:38:17 +0000


Thanks to those that responded...

It DOES appear that the host and remote PC's need to be at the same COLOUR
resolution. Screen size differences (800x600 or 1024x768) does not appear to
be an issue _ at least on my laptop....

Thanks
John

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Ian Cowley [mailto:Ian.Cowley "at" nfu.org.uk]
		Sent:	Thursday, 31 August 2000 16:02
		To:	'vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com'
		Subject:	RE: VNC "Disappears" at login/logoff

		Anything that causes the screen resolution to change will
disconnect a
		viewer client.  It is probably the case that your login
screen is at a
		different resolution to the desktop area...

		Either change the default resolution for the logon screen,
or go back to the
		old desktop resolution.

		--
		Ian Cowley
		NFU Computer Services

		> -----Original Message-----
		> From: Blyth, John [mailto:John.Blyth "at" health.wa.gov.au]
		> Sent: 31 August 2000 08:00
		> To: vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com
		> Subject: VNC "Disappears" at login/logoff
		> 
		> 
		> I have been running VNC across our NT network for a number
of 
		> months now
		> with great success.
		> 
		> Suddenly, I am having to re-access a remote machine
whenever 
		> I log it on or
		> off. ie I have to re-acquire the remote PC with VNC Viewer

		> again, as the
		> VNCViewer program has shut down .
		> 
		> It seemed to happen after a reset the screen resolution on

		> the server, but
		> that may have been coincidental. Can't think of anything
else that has
		> changed on the network that would cause a variation, and
it 
		> happens on ALL
		> PC's. I tried a fresh copy of VNCViewer, but to no
avail....
		> 
		> Any ideas????
		> 
		> Thanks
		> John Blyth
		> Regional Manager Medical Imaging & Information Technology
		> Gascoyne Health Service
		>  
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		>
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