Use on Remote LAN PC without physically installing VNC...
Thu Jul 3 14:28:01 2003


  You have a few options, if you want to go from a DOS prompt, I recommend and use Fastpush http:\\
I can install VNC and start the service on any system on the network in less than 20 seconds.  If you'd like something that
also has a graphical interface, I know of two different VNC manager programs that I know of.  VNCon http:\\
is a free manager, but hasn't been updated in a few months.  It has the option to remotely install VNC, start or stop the service,
shutdown or reboot the remote system and can display up to 25 different client screens at once.  It also includes a fast network
scan for active sessions of VNC.  VNCScan http:\\ has many similar features, but is not free, it uses the Fastpush script to install, but has a graphical interface to set it up.  I'm not sure about the multiple display, but it also includes
a way to connect to terminal services as well.


 -----Original Message-----
From: 	MIME [mailto:MIME] 

Sent:	Thursday, July 03, 2003 6:52 AM
Subject:	Use on Remote LAN PC without physically installing VNC...


Pls. do Cc me any replies to my question.

What I understand about VNC is that to use for the 1st
time on a remote PC, the client component must be
installed & setup with a password.
Then you can dial-in without any problem or enter via
a LAN.

My problem is we have to manage many PCs on our LAN &
the work of installing VNC each time, configuring it
etc. is very difficult.
Is there any way around this?

PCAnywhere also has this problem, however a tool
called Dameware (from can work from
scratch on a new PC (but it's not free like VNC!)
Dameware just asks the PC owner if he/she will allow
the Dameware connection in; if he agrees, the person
coming in gets instant Admin Access.

Dameware is also much faster than PCAnywhere
(impressively VNC is equally as fast).

Is there any way to do this with VNC?


Musab Qureshi

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