Reboot & Logon to remote machine.
Fri Feb 21 02:21:01 2003
Yes. If VNC is running as a service on the remote machine it will restart
when the machine restarts. Then you should be able to login again. Sounds
like it's running as an app on the w2k machine.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Leonard Tiritilli" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 20, 2003 5:05 PM
Subject: Reboot & Logon to remote machine.
> I recall restarting a remote machine (probably a Win98 machine) and being
> able to use VNC to reconnect to the remote machine (after allowing enough
> time for it to reboot) and logon. If I simply logoff or restart the
> user on a remote Win2K machine VNC disconnects and I cannot reconnect to
> machine. This behavior has been normal with all versions that I have used
> over at least the past year.
> I am now running version 3.3.6 on Win2K machines. I am running VNC as
> service with automatic startup as a local system account. Is there a way
> reboot and logon to a remote Win2K machine?
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