'Another instance of RealVNC is already running.'
jnw "at" realvnc.com
Wed Apr 28 11:09:01 2004
> When I move of offending window around the following show an
> increased usage of cpu resources: Explorer.exe WinVNC.exe csrss.exe
csrss is the Win32 subsystem executable. It has to be running if you're to
run any Win32 programs.
> I'll have to let my system wait for the next opportunity to
> troubleshoot, but it seems that if the extra copy of WinVNC
> is being launched externally, by the time it has called up
> the window it has self exited.
If the message box is visible then the process will still be running.
> The question is: I've been running winVNC off and on for
> about two years now, vast majority of that has been on this
> system. This behavior is newer but how exactly DOES winVNC
> behave on the change over of ip? (is there a developer to
> describe this, or should I pick up the code and see?)
VNC Server doesn't do anything when your IP address changes. It doesn't
have to - it's listening for connections from any IP, so it just continues
Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.