WinVNC as a Service

Leona Seakins redsealm "at" optusnet.com.au
Sun, 05 Nov 2000 06:31:55 +0000


The documentation says that you can connect to a Work Station that has no one
logged onto it.  This is as an example.

It states that this is possible in both Windows NT and 95/98.

How is this possible?

I would have thought that you would need to get the Work Station you are
trying to connect to, to authenticate you in some way.

With no one at the Work Station I can't see how this can be done? Can anyone
explain how this happens.

Thanks in advance.

Malcolm.
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