VNC client management GUI available for download
Wed Feb 5 08:56:01 2003
A very nice bit of software. I'd fine it quite useful for managing our 200+ workstations.
Just a few points, hope its helpful input, and I dunno if others think the same, if not, ignore me!
1. When you add the server, and its in the list, I expected to double click on it, and open the server connection, but instead it
opened up the properties menu. To open the connection I had to use the icon. I'd find it useful to just double click on a name and
connect to the server. Then use right click on the server name and select properties from a menu.
2. Would be useful if it could automatically scan the network and find all waiting servers. Something like PC Anywhere or Control It's
manager. This way rather than having to setup each individual connection for 200+ workstations, it would just scan the network, and set
them up automatically, updating itself each time its run.
These are just 2 things I'd find useful, especially the network scan for available vnc servers, but I know that will be a huge job to
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I've finished first preview version of VNC client management GUI. This
application allows to manage
connections to the remote VNC servers from single application. For now
has only basic functionality available. But in a long term I'm planning
to develop application similar
to the PCanywhere client.
VNC manager can be downloaded from:
So please give a try to this tool and send my your feedback and comments
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