vncviewer as service.
Wed Jun 25 16:44:00 2003
I think you will need to have the computer log in someone. I think the
startup folder in program menu should do fine. Now for the batch file
not closing try this line in the batch file (I only added the start).
Start d:\EnrtecDP\ultravnc\vncviewer -listen -config
Let us know.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
Behalf Of Chris Wallace
Sent: Wednesday, June 25, 2003 1:26 AM
Subject: vncviewer as service.
Is there any way that you guys know of running the
vncviewer as a service in Windows 2000. I know this
seems like a weird request but I am using VNC to
project the image from an instructor's computer to
several students' computers. I would like the display
to be projected whether or not someone is logged in.
I have a batch file which contains the following
d:\EnrtecDP\ultravnc\vncviewer -listen -config
I have tried to schedule this batch file to start at
computer startup. If I do this the vncserver can
connect to the vncviewer but there is nothing
displayed on the client's screen.
Also, if I do have to go with only being able to
connect when some one is logged on I still have one
problem. I have tried to run this as a batch file at
startup using the various methods available...logon
script, startup, or scheduled task. When I do the
batch file will not close because the program never
really "finishes" in listen mode. Any suggestions.
Just to let everyone know, I am using UltraVNC 1.09
Thanks for any help.
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