Discovering VNC Servers

Steve Bostedor steveb "at" tshore.com
Mon, 27 Nov 2000 15:11:17 +0000


Not that I know of, but VNCScan will allow you to save the scan to a web
page that those platforms can access if that's any help to you.  The only
draw back is that one computer must be running Win9x ot NT to make the html
page.

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Richard Spaven wrote:
>
> There is one for Windows called VNCScan - see http://tgcs.web-it.com/

I don't suppose there is a mac & a Linux (CBI,KDE,GNOME) equivilant?
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