vnc as service on w2k

Dietmar.Friesch@isisconsulting.de Dietmar.Friesch "at" ISISConsulting.de
Tue, 04 Sep 2001 17:25:32 +0000


Hi Russ,
I have inverted now the role of the w2k machines an it works (inversely).
I have uninstalled the service on the machine it did not work in and
re-installed it - no cigar
I have set up a third pc and cross-checked it, hence I could identify that
it won't work with the first I tried to use as a (vnc) server. Now, I know
it could be many reasons why that is the case - despite the fact that I
can't see any substantial difference between the three PCs - has anybody a
clue where I could start investigating on that particular system (on which
it won't work) why can't log in (i) after reboot and (ii) after log-off a n
d  disconnect while I can (iii) re-login if I donot disconnect?
Thanx for whatsoever hint
Dietmar

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From: owner-vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com
[mailto:owner-vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com]On Behalf Of Russ Paton
Sent: Tuesday, September 04, 2001 3:21 PM
To: vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com
Subject: Re: vnc as service on w2k


> Hi out there,
> being a novice in using vnc I'm doing something wrong or misunderstood:
> 1. I'm running vnc on a w2k machine as a service which works (tray icon
> present, service on automatic)
> however only after someone logged in
> 2. Obviously, after remote reboot I want to re-log in getting a "sorry"
from
> -.-.:5800 or "authentication
> failed" from the viewer until logged in.
> I think I've followed all instructions properly. What am I dooing wrong?
> Dietmar

Hi Dietmar,

As long as you've clicked on the shortcut to install vncserver as a service
it will work as soon as the network has been brought up on the booting
machine.  I've installed vnc on several machines across my network and
this method works in each and every installation.

Regards

Russ
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Russ Paton
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