Which is the best
cbeerse "at" lycos.nl
Tue Apr 13 10:39:00 2004
> Which one of these three has the best program and ease of use; TightVNC,
> TridiaVNC and UltraVNC, and why?
The real one is missing: realvnc...
I'd say there is no best version in general. They all have their advantages.
From my point of view, realvnc is the best since that is the cleanest one and
the one available on M$Windows, Linux and HP-UX.
From your point of view, you should say which options you need or what you like
to do with it. Only then, one can say which is the best.
> Which one has the best security features.
None of the above. VNC has no security, at least not by default. If you need
security, you best use some tunnel, ssh or vpn connection.
> Also are there any other vendors or versions?
It once started at an AT&T research lab in the uk:
Currently the core is at http://www.realvnc.com/
> Thanks for all your help.
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