vnc server on Mac and web client

gerard.briscoe@philips.com gerard.briscoe "at" philips.com
Wed, 13 Jun 2001 13:29:58 +0000


NO, but I will try thanks.

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>I am new to VNC, but that is exactly what I am doing... the only probelm I
>have is the firewall that I am behind at work....

Are you using the old ORL/AT&T server, or the newer ChromiVNC server?
You'll probably find that ChromiVNC is a good deal more stable...


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