DOS VNC

Alex Angelopoulos alex "at" bittnet.com
Thu, 24 Jan 2002 02:46:31 +0000


I would expect you might see some security concerns about doing that.

(That's the way it works - useful usually translates into "insecure" in the Microsoft world).

In any case, although there is a port of the viewer to DOS, there is no VNC server.  You might want to look at either Carbon Copy or
pcAnywhere.  As a matter of fact, the final DOS version of pcAnywhere is included on any pcAnywhere CD you buy (up through at least
9.2) and I actually have seen it on the Symantec FTP server for download.  I saw no licensing information about it anywhere, so
there I have no clue about the legal status of using it, but you can actually download it without a problem.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Daniel Tan" <danieltan "at" shopnsave.com.sg>
To: "VNC" <vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com>
Sent: Wednesday/2002 January 23 20:54
Subject: DOS VNC


: Hi all,
:         is there any programs available for DOS? just curious, if have,
: think it will help in my job to control and troubleshoot POS machines
: currently still using DOS 6.22
:
: Thanks
:
: Daniel
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