Can't Restart or Shutdown Windows Using VNC - Was Working Ear lier

CORUM, M E [AG/1000] m.e.corum "at"
Wed Jan 7 21:22:00 2004

I'm not sure what running chkdsk would do for me.  I can log on or off or 
restart or shutdown at the keyboard when I am physically there.  ReadlVNC
is indeed running as a service.  That is the way I install it.

I can't get the logout to work either.  

So, what is the next thing I should try.

Mike Corum
m.e.corum "at"

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Fedyk [mailto:mfedyk "at"]
Sent: Wednesday, January 07, 2004 3:15 PM
To: CORUM, M E [AG/1000]
Cc: 'vnc-list "at"'
Subject: Re: Can't Restart or Shutdown Windows Using VNC - Was Working

On Wed, Jan 07, 2004 at 02:35:59PM -0600, CORUM, M E [AG/1000] wrote:
> Very suddenly (and as far as I know, without any change occurring on the machine) this feature stopped
> working.  Now, when I try to do a restart or even a logoff so that I could re-logon as a different user, my VNC client
> window disappears immediately (it feels like it goes away faster than it used to) and the restart or logoff never
> actually happens.  This was in 3.3.3.

1. Run chkdsk on your disks.

2. Make sure realVNC is running as a service.

On a side note: I'd suggest you always logout before restart/shutdown.
Frequently there are apps asking for files to be saved, or some app hangs
and you can't log back in through VNC because a shutdown/reboot is in