VNC vs. TS
Jerome R. Westrick
jerry "at" Westrick.com
Tue Apr 27 11:25:01 2004
On Tue, 2004-04-27 at 11:49, myron_in_da_house "at" yahoo.co.uk wrote:
> On the subject of compliment one another.
> I use TS to manage out servers, but VNC server is also loaded on both servers.
> It's not been the first time that the TS session has screwed up proper, not allowing me to log out at all, so in I go on VNC, direct to the server's console, fire-up the terminal server manager, locate the crashed session and terminate it. I can then sign onto TS again.
> Than again, it's also not the first time I've had the VNC server play-up on the server, but as I connect to the servers I manage my VPN/PPTP, I just re-start the VNC server service.
> So, there you go. Job done. TS and VNC complement each other perfectly.
I often us both RDP (to either TS of windows XP) and VNC. I controll
the machine with RDP, but then allow a collegue to remote what I'm doing
via a VNC connection. Then we got 2 remote screens to same session!
So, There you go. Job done. TS and VNC complement each other