TightVNC vs regular VNC

David W. Chapman Jr. dwcjr "at" inethouston.net
Mon, 06 Aug 2001 20:34:33 +0000

On Mon, Aug 06, 2001 at 03:12:57PM -0400, BugTraq Recipient wrote:
> > 1. Run Server Manager and stop the VNC service on the remote machine.
> > 2. Map a drive to the location where the VNC programs are installed on the
> > remote machine.
> > 3. Copy the the TightVNC files over the original VNC files on the remote
> > machine.
> > 4. Re-start the VNC service (using Server Manager).
> > You should now be able to connect using VNC!
> >
> > Let me know if I'm missing something...
> how is the remote admin going to perform steps two and three if he loses his
> remote VNC hands after step one?

With a batch file that runs all of the above.

David W. Chapman Jr.
dwcjr "at" inethouston.net	Raintree Network Services, Inc. <www.inethouston.net>
dwcjr "at" freebsd.org	FreeBSD Committer <www.FreeBSD.org>
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