Merging Ultr@VNC code into RealVNC?
Stephan A. Edelman
stephan "at" newace.ca
Wed Dec 17 21:02:00 2003
I've put together a library based on the codebase provided by the Samba team
that supports NTLM authentication.
We're using it to add NTLM as an authentication mechanism to our custom POP3
services (so you can check the Secure Password Authentication checkbox in
your Outlook / Outlook Express).
James, I'm not sure where NTLM support ranks among the development
priorities for RealVNC, but if you're interested I'll send you a tar of the
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Fedyk" <mfedyk "at" matchmail.com>
To: <vnc-list "at" realvnc.com>
Sent: Wednesday, December 17, 2003 3:49 PM
Subject: Merging Ultr "at" VNC code into RealVNC?
> Hi everyone,
> I've been using VNC for a while now, with the origional VNC, then TightVNC
> (slow modem) and then back to RealVNC once the compression was merged.
> I just found out about Ultr "at" VNC, and sVNC. Ultra has NTLM support that
> been wanting for a long time (I haven't tried it out yet), but I really
> don't understand why it has to be in a seperate project, and why VNC has
> least five seperate open source projects.
> There seems to be some interest in the Ultr "at" VNC to merge the code with
> RealVNC, but there were concerns that since Ultr "at" VNC is Win32 focused that
> it wouldn't be accepted by RealVNC.
> I don't really have the skills to merge the two together, but I'd love to
> see the NTLM support in RealVNC, and not have to switch to Ultr "at" VNC to get
> Is there anyone interested?
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