Problems with XP
Tue Sep 30 16:26:00 2003
the vnc server is running as service.
..and you don't need to send CTRL-ALT Delete to
In XP it is a login screen that requires klicking on
the icon beside the user name.
Any other suggestions ???
--- William Hooper <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb: >
Bill Flinton said:
> > Hi all,
> > I have a problem connecting to a vnc server
> running on
> > XP Professional.
> > I can start a session from another pc to this XP
> > machine as long as the screen is not locked .
> > (there is only 1 user account with Administrator
> > rights)
> > But as soon as the screen is locked I cannot
> > to the machine.
> Are you running VNC as a service?
> If you're running the VNC server as an application
> under Windows
> NT/2000/XP then it can only provide remote access to
> the display if a user
> is logged in and the workstation is not locked. In
> order to allow the
> Ctrl-Alt-Del keypress to work and be accessed even
> if no user is logged in
> or it is locked, you must run the VNC server as a
> system service.
> William Hooper
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