Giles Roadnight giles.roadnight "at" goldcockerelbooks.co.uk
Tue, 26 Jun 2001 14:10:22 +0000


Thanks for replying people, also sorry for not giving my original message a
Subject, only realised after I had sent it.
Although I think that VNC is a really good little application I think I may
go with PC anywhere as I do not know very much about security and so on so I
would not want to have to set up VNC and worry about SSH and so on. I assume
that as PC Anywhere is sold by  a big company to the masses it will be easy
to set up. I would also nee file transfer and I think PC anywhere has this
but VNC does not.
Is PC anywhere the same format i.e. you can see the remote desktop and do
anything you like?

Thanks again

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


----- Original Message -----
From: "James Pifer" <jamesvnclist "at" tnjinfl.com>
To: <vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com>
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2001 1:47 PM
Subject: Re:


> Mark, I agree with you for the most part. VNC is great and much less
> intrusive. Just wish it had file transfer capabilities. I seem to always
> need that at one time or another.
>
> Also wish you had some different options for setting up security, instead
of
> setting it locally on each install. I realize this is because it's not
> platform specific, so it's an acceptable issue.
>
> It's great to be able to just send the vncviewer executable to someone so
> they can remote control without installing anything. (Or their browser of
> course)
>
> Sorry if I got off the original subject here....
> James
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Mark Debenham" <mark.debenham "at" c-3.co.uk>
> To: <vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2001 7:59 AM
> Subject: RE:
>
>
> > 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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