Hiding Tray-icon and use of resources

Julius Thyssen juul "at" gmx.net
Fri, 25 Jan 2002 23:42:25 +0000

since I have to watch over some employees PC's every now and then,
but don't need them to click on the icon all the time and change
my password etc.  I need to hide the VNC tray-icon.
I think I read somewhere how to do that on Win2000 en Win98 systems,
but the info got lost. Can anyone tell me how to do that ?

I was wondering how much bandwidth, memory and processing
a non-accessed (running but out of use) VNC client
takes away from/in Win32 systems. I know it is very little,
but I'd like to know these numbers if anyone has them anyway.


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