registry edit for originally configured password

Nicholson, Rob rob.nicholson "at" informed-direct.com
Fri Apr 23 00:03:00 2004


Yes you can a) add AllowProperties DWORD in registry to prevent editing and
b) change the default password key. The password is encrypted but I assume
you can enter the password you want on a PC and then copy it across.

This can all be done usually with REGEDT32 connecting to the remote
computer.

All this is in the docs.

Rob.

-----Original Message-----
From: hansen "at" skagitpud.org [mailto:hansen "at" skagitpud.org]
Sent: 22 April 2004 18:37
To: vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
Subject: registry edit for originally configured password


I've noticed a rather annoying trait for RealVNC and I'm confident one of
you can help me out.  When VNC is installed you enter a default password.
This is the password used when nobody is logged into the computer, right?
OK.  I've noticed now with the latest ver one can access the default
settings, yeah!  ;)  I have 40+ clients that need their default password
changed.  Is there a registry key that I can edit remotely instead of
sitting down at each wrkst?

Thanks,

Benjamin Hansen, CCNA
Network Support Specialist I
PUD No. 1 of Skagit County
1415 Freeway Drive
Mt. Vernon, WA 98273
360-424-7104 (phone)
360-416-0352 (fax)
hansen "at" skagitpud.org
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