Is this too tough for newbie?
Jerome R. Westrick
jerry "at" Westrick.com
Thu Apr 15 13:31:01 2004
RealVnc, UltraVnc, TightVnc, and Co. are extreemely simple
to install and use.
Installation procedure is as follows:
1) Run Install on PC 1
2) run Install on PC 2
Unfortunatetly, For the programs to work your 2 PC's have to
be able to communicate directly.
This is often a problem, so we here in this list play teachers to
Networking 101, day-in and day-out, year after year, helping people
connect thier PC's across the internet...
This is your problem also, and I understand that it is a fustrating to
you that things are so complicated.
So if you would be kind enough to explain at what point you got problems
we can then try to decided where you communication is breaking down.
Jerry (And I'm sure, speaking for the rest of the list!)
P.S. GotoMyPc is built on VNC.
On Thu, 2004-04-15 at 13:23, Susan Bilheimer wrote:
> I was told the realvnc was a great solution
> for remote access. I am buying a business
> and will need to remotely access the biz
> software from five hours away.
> I'm a tech writer, so have some proficiency,
> but I am completely overwhelmed by the
> documentation on installing realvnc.
> Do you have to be a developer to figure this
> out? Gotomypc is so simple, but would much
> prefer free or shareware.
> Are there any costs I'll have to incur if I do figure
> this out? (I saw something about a Dynamic DNS
> And finally, does anyone have suggestions on
> where to get simplified instructions for someone like
> Thanks so much.
> Yours truly,
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