WinVNC as a Service

Simon Biber simon "at" basilisk2.cjb.net
Sun, 05 Nov 2000 08:11:08 +0000


The WinVNC server starts before anyone logs on. When you connect to it you
get the login screen and can login as yourself.

Simon.

> 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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