Raptor 6.x Firewall and WinVNC

Simon Biber simon "at" basilisk2.cjb.net
Wed, 01 Nov 2000 18:42:58 +0000


Sorry to be unhelpful but it would seem to me that that is a problem with
the Raptor program and not with WinVNC. You will get help here, I'm sure, if
someone has experience with this product. I myself have never heard of it.
My suggestion would be to look through all of the options for the firewall,
read any help files, and if no solution is found to email the makers of that
program.

Simon.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ryan Allen" <Ryan.Allen "at" asg.com>
To: <vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com>
Sent: Thursday, November 02, 2000 4:11 AM
Subject: Raptor 6.x Firewall and WinVNC


> I hope someone can help me out on this one... I have search the FAQ, the
> archives, and I can't come up with anything on "Raptor".  Any assistance
> would be appreciated...
> We like to use WinVNC on our internal firewalls for remote configuration
> from internal desktops (saves trips to the data center).  I am building
our
> new firewall (test stage right now) and have installed a Raptor 6.5
Firewall
> and WinVNC 3.3.3 r7.  Every time WinVNC attempts to start, Raptor says
it's
> an "Unauthorized service" and shuts it down.  Is there a way to get Raptor
> to allow WinVNC to run as a service on the firewall? Or do I have to
install
> VNC before Raptor?  Help!
>
> Thanks,
> Ryan Allen
>
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