When two computers try go connect t

Tony Cirino tony.cirino "at" hylant.com
Thu, 21 Jun 2001 19:22:59 +0000


Thank you to all who helped me with this.  It works great.

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On Tue, Jun 19, 2001 at 04:09:00PM -0400, Tony Cirino wrote:
>
> I have a VNC host running on my Windows 2000 computer.  Lets say User A
wants
> to connect to my computer from his through the VNC viewer.  He does so
> successfully.  Lets say User B wants to try to connect to my computer
through
> VNC as well, while User A still is connected.  The way VNC is set up now is
> that User A will get dropped and User B will take over.  Is there any way
> possible to have User B _not_ get the connection?  Perhaps let him know
that
> there already is a client connected to my machine?

You can set it with registry, "ConnectPriority".
See http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/winvnc.html,
section Advanced Options.

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