Christopher Mc Carthy
cmccarthy "at" gltrade.com
Tue Dec 16 16:13:00 2003
That's nothing compares to what my girlfriend (who's freelance and works at
home, but not on the computer) called me when I started connecting to our
home PC from work!
Actually IMHO it's even more important for the user to give permission in
Date: Mon, 15 Dec 2003 11:21:59 -0500
From: "Bradley Beaver" <BBeaver "at" montcsb.org>
To: <bagi.miklos "at" muszakikiado.hu>, <vnc-list "at" realvnc.com>
Subject: Re: Interactive Authorization
I get the same thing at work. I've been called a "spy" on occasion. A
feature like that would be great. However, I do inform my users that the
way to tell if someone is connected is by the color of the System Tray icon.
Would be nice if it prompted the user ONLY if you were to take control NOT
for view only.
>>> "Ifj. Bagi Miklss" <bagi.miklos "at" muszakikiado.hu> 12/15/03 11:11AM
I've been using vnc for remote administerint for almost a year now and
realized that something is missing in the new versions :-) There was a
little window appear aking the user something like this: "Do you want to
allow xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx to administer?" Yes/No. You know VNC is a nice thing,
but users are afraid of IT. They're afraid because they keep thinking that
IT is the watchdog, IT watches every move they do. So they don't really
appreciate when we just open up a connection.
Is there any way to implement such feature as an optional thing for the