Mon Jun 2 17:37:01 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.
I'm sure it is the archives because I have had this exact converstation
before (including the answer of "you can't do it with that").
I suggest you re-read the docs. Quoting the "AuthHosts" section:
"Terms beginning with the "?" character are treated by default as
indicating hosts from whom connections must be accepted at the server side
via a dialog box." QuerySetting, QueryTimeout, and AuthHosts options all
control what IP's can access the machine and if there will be a dialog box