vnc without port forwarding
listen "at" marcogabriel.com
Tue Aug 24 22:11:01 2004
sure, from a commandline you just use
vncserver -connect <hostname_of_viewer>
you can do this from a batch too, but you will probably get an error
message for each connection try that was not successful.
please keep in mind that this requires a running vncserver as the
-connect option only tells the running server to connect the viewer, but
does not start the server if it is not running.
Gregor Riegler wrote:
>thanks for your response..... reverse connections sounds good but when i
>need to connect to the computer there is nobody at that vcn-server who could
>click "Add new client" so i thought about a file which could, run by the
>schedule, do that - so is there any possibility to write something like a
>batch-file which does the "add new client"-part????
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