Using VNC For Two Systems

Peter Krala pkrala "at" vsc.teksystems.com
Wed, 05 Sep 2001 01:44:25 +0000


If I understand what you are trying to do correctly, probably the 
easiest way to do this would be take advantage of Win2K support for 
multiple monitors:

Have PC1 configured with the two monitors. Use PC1 to connect to PC2 
(which can be located anywhere at this point). Monitor1-on-PC1 would be 
your regular desktop (or whatever) and Monitor2-on-PC1 would be a VNC 
session to PC2. When the mouse moves to Monitor2-on-PC1, it will able 
to transfer keyboard/mouse to PC2 via the VNC session.

In principal you should be able to do this up to the maximum number of 
moniotrs supported by Win2K.

----- Original Message -----
From: Joe Mac <joemacmail "at" yahoo.com>
Date: Tuesday, September 4, 2001 10:55 am
Subject: Using VNC For Two Systems

> I'd like to use VNC for two computers (Win2k) sitting
> side-by-side.  I don't want to see the screen of the
> second computer on the first, I just want the mouse
> and keyboard to go to the second computer when I move
> the pointer off the right hand side of the first
> machine.  Then when I move it off the left side of the
> second machine, control goes back to the first.
> 
> Is there a way to do this?
> 
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