WinVNC & -nevershared

Rob Kenyon robdkenyon "at" attbi.com
Sat, 02 Mar 2002 06:37:43 +0000


That's exactly what I DON'T want.  (note the use of the word "never").

Any more ideas?

Rob

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Subject: Re: WinVNC & -nevershared


I am not sure I completely sure I understand the question.  But, if you
are 
asking how to share session with windows, I found using the java client
works 
good, which allows you to view the desktop through a browser, and share
it 
with multiple people.  Hope this helps! 

In a message dated 3/1/2002 5:45:17 PM Mountain Standard Time, 
robdkenyon "at" attbi.com writes:


> I can't be the first to fight with this problem, but I can't seem to 
> get the WinVNC server to not let a second connection attach to the 
> server if that server requests a shared connection.
> 
> (I'm sorry for asking this probably always asked question, but the 
> archives search searches such huge chunks of unrelated messages and 
> determines relationships that just don't seem to be supported in the 
> individual messages).
> 
> It appears that WinVNC doesn't understand/honor the -nevershared 
> parameter that Xvnc supports.  I'm not looking for high security, I'm 
> just looking to make sure that the current user is private.  I did get

> ConnectPriority working, but if a second client asks for a shared 
> connection it will be dropped right in on the screen with the current 
> user. (That could be embarassing for the first user...)
> 
> Any good ideas?
> 
> Rob
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