Mark Debenham mark.debenham "at" c-3.co.uk
Tue, 26 Jun 2001 13:17:24 +0000


Vnc is (in my opinion) much better than pc anywhere, and far less intrusive
on a network where employees need as much available monitor space as
possible.
You should add a rule on your firewall which filters all connecting IP
numbers (IP chains will do it)other than yours or your local LAN, you can
also specify which IP's top allow to connect (or not) in the ORL reg key,
Mark 

-----Original Message-----
From: Giles Roadnight [mailto:giles.roadnight "at" goldcockerelbooks.co.uk] 
Sent: 25 June 2001 14:07
To: vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com
Subject: 


Hi

I am interested in VNC as I am going to be setting up a Co-located server.
Is VNC suitable for this? What about firewalls and security and stuff. Would
I be better off with PC-Anywhere?

Thanks for your help

Giles Roadnight
Web Master Gold Cockerel Books
www.goldcockerelbooks.co.uk
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