TR: immediate disconnect using realVNC 3.3.7
tfseak "at" futurmaster.com
Fri Jan 16 09:40:01 2004
Here's the mail from Bonno and hope someone else could help him.
For the nth time, could the mailing-list maintainer add an "Reply-To" field to every mail? Or is there any reason not to do so?
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Bonno Bloksma [mailto:b.bloksma "at" tio.nl]
> Envoyi : jeudi 15 janvier 2004 18:12
> @ : Seak, Teng-Fong
> Objet : Re: immediate disconnect using realVNC 3.3.7
> > 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.
> Tried that as well a while ago, unregistring, register, did not help.
> > 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.
> That is something we are looking into, it's just to make a
> connection between the information on our website and the
> corresponding information on our mailserver But I thought I
> might as well help the VNC team solve a bug which seems to
> happen infrequently. If I have a situation where it does
> happen maybe we can track it down. ;-)
> Met vriendelijke groet,
> Bonno Bloksma