Any way to have VNC with multi-users/sessions on windows?
tony "at" instaview.com
Thu Aug 15 21:55:02 2002
What you want to do is make 'pro' appear to be TS, and
it CAN be done, ( and no i wont tell you how, as technically
that's violating the DMCA and i goto jail.. ) but, it would
be totally illegal with all of Microsoft's new rules..
Citrix does support most currently used platforms..
On a side note, personally I'm surprised they allow things
such as Citrix to exist.. Prolly wont much longer since
they have nothing to fear..
>Subject: Any way to have VNC with multi-users/sessions on windows?
>Date: Thu, 15 Aug 2002 12:30:51 -0400
>From: "Ralph Smorra" <rsmorra "at" amco.ws>
>To: <vnc-list "at" realvnc.com>
>Reply-To: vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
>I am reposting this because no-one replied, and I think it's a question
>that a lot of people would like answered.
> I want to use the VNC java applet client to allow access to multiple
>Windows 2000 Terminal Services sessions via the web. I could do this
>with the Terminal Services Advanced Client Active X control on a web
>page, but I would like for the users to be able to use any browser/OS,
>not just IE/Win. I know I could pay for Tarantella, Citrix, or HOBLink
>JWT but that will get expensive, and why pay if VNC can do it free?
> The FAQ at www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/ states that VNC can be used
>with separate VNC servers running in each terminal server session, but
>that the VNC clients don't update unless they also have a WTS client (I
>assume they meant on the client computer, not within the TS session).
>Has anyone attempted to run both a VNC server and client within each WTS
>session and then accessing them via the java applet client? Or has
>anyone found any way to use the VNC or TightVNC java clients to access
>multiple Terminal Services sessions? Or, do you know of a java client
>for WTS/Remote Desktop Protocol, like HOBLink JWT, but free? Thanks,