WinVNC One-Click Start?
MReno "at" ugi.com
Mon Aug 9 13:52:00 2004
Have you tried Gencontrol from www.gensortium.com? It's a sort of
"instant VNC" based on TightVNC that does a temporary install of VNC on
a target (server).
>>> Marco Gabriel <listen "at" marcogabriel.com> 8/9/2004 5:17:37 AM >>>
I wondered if someone ever tried to create a VNC installation that is
easy as it can be for user support without installing it at every
My favourite solution would be:
1. the user downloads an .exe from a webpage
2. the user starts the server .exe (or step 1+2 in one click :-))
3. vnc server on user's desktop starts up and connects automatically to
a support host running a listening vnc viewer
I played around with a VNC 3.3.7, writing a batch to start vnc server
"-run" followed by a "-connect support.mydomain.com" which didn't work
out because of the missing password. Now, with VNC4, the VNC server
blocks as soon as I start it from a command line and I cannot run a
batch that connects to a host afterwards.
anybody tried something like that before?
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