Mon Jun 2 16:31:01 2003
Thanks for the response. I looked in the archives and couldn't find an
answer which fit the issue. I looked at the URL you provided in your
answer and conclude that the answer to my question is no - the URL
provided info about performing inbound VNC connection restrictions based
upon source IP address. I want to know if VNC will provide a pop-up
question like SMS that the end-user can answer in the affirmative or
negative to allow or disallow an admin to take remote control of their PC.
"William Hooper" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent by: email@example.com
06/02/2003 08:48 AM
Re: VNC Question
> Does VNC have the ability to prompt the user to answer a question which
> allows the user to deny someone the ability to take remote control?
> We want to replace SMS with VNC. SMS has a pop-up message that appears
> end-user's PCs which states " Do you want to allow the admin to take
> remote-control of your PC?" Thus the end-user can control when someone
> takes remote control of their PC.
Look at QuerySetting, QueryTimeout, and AuthHosts.
This has also been asked and answered in the archives.
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