Working from home
Tue Nov 18 12:15:01 2003
What sort of network do you run at work? Does it have a firewall? Gateway? What O/S are you running? Are you sure VNC server is running
on the PC you want to connect to?
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I've installed WinVNC version 3.3.7 both at home and at work. No settings
have been altered.
I can't connect from home because I get the following message - "Your
connection has been rejected".
My workplace uses WinVNC version 3.3.9 on its network (Although I have
installed 3.3.7) and the message usually assumes that the user at the other
end has not accepted your connection. As far as I see it, I can't connect
to my work PC unless someone at the other end accepts my request. What
should I do to overcome this problem ?
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