immediate disconnect using realVNC 3.3.7

Seak, Teng-Fong tfseak "at" futurmaster.com
Thu Jan 15 15:07:01 2004


	Well, quite a lot of informations .....  I try to guess what you wanted to say.

	Have you registered the VNC server service?  Or you could unregister it and register again.

	On the other hand, nothing to do with VNC, you said you need to logon because one of your application needs to be active.  Does this application need interaction with user?  Or it's something running silently, almost a background application?  If it's not interactive, you could use srvany.exe to make it a service.

> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Bonno Bloksma [mailto:b.bloksma "at" tio.nl] 
> Envoyi : mardi 13 janvier 2004 15:04
> @ : VNC-list
> Objet : immediate disconnect using realVNC 3.3.7
> 
> Hi,
> 
> Ik have seen several messages about this but most are about 
> older versions of VNC and don't describe my situation, I think.
> 
> Summary:
> Connecting with VNC wil work initially, then later on it will 
> no longer work. Restarting VNC server or starting VNC helper 
> will repeat this process.
> 
> Situation:
> I have a HP DL360R03 server. I first brought this server up 
> with a temporary name (mailhp) installed realVNC 3.3.7 and 
> communicated via this server via the netbios name without any 
> problem. After bringing the server into production the dns 
> name for the server was mail.tio.nl and we could still reach 
> the server without any problems. I used to do it via the 
> netbios name mailhp but mail.tio.nl would work as well. Never 
> a problem reaching the server using VNC.
> 
> There seemed to be a problem reaching the server filesystem, 
> windows claiming there were multiple servers with the same 
> name. There are no multiple servers with that name but 
> Windows.... So we changed the name to mail after which the 
> dns name and the server name were identical. I was supposed 
> to have done this anyway. We could now reach the server file 
> system via de default shares using either the dns name or the 
> netbios name.
> 
> However VNC now started to act strange. After rebooting the 
> server and strarting the VNC service I can reach the server 
> once without any problems.
> The second time will work or not. It seems this depends on 
> whether the screensaver is active, but... I'm nor sure. We 
> "need" this screensaver as there is a program which needs to 
> be active and won't run as a service. So we log in and then 
> lock the console. There is a timeout on the screensaver to 
> automatically lock the console in case someone forgets. It 
> seems that as long as the screensaver is not active I can 
> connect and disconnect at will.
> 
> Funny thing is, if I fysically go to the server and using the 
> console kill the WinVNC process, and start VCN server, I can 
> once again connect using VNC for a while. Starting the 
> service helper (whatever that may do) will have the same 
> effect. I've updated the VNC on my workstation to VNC4b4, 
> same problem. I do get a message now when I have a failed 
> connection it is:
> "Read: Connection reset by peer (10054)".
> 
> If someone cal tell me what to look for I might be able to 
> provide more information.
> 
> Met vriendelijke groet,
> 
> Bonno Bloksma