R: Server closed connection unexpectedly

Livio Curzola l.curzola "at" t-t.it
Fri Jan 30 14:37:00 2004


I apologize for my mistake. Unfortunately I am back to my original problem.
I have set VNC Server 4 to listen on port 5901: by trying a connection to it
(myipaddress:1) the viewer prompts the message "Server closed connection
unexpectedly". I have examined the event viewer of the problem PC and found
the following error messages:

- Servermain: unable to set sockopt TCP_NODELAY: (10055)
- RegConfig: RegQueryInfoKey. The handle is invalid. (6)
- Threading: failed. RegConfig(a82480): RegNotifyChangeKeyvalue: The handle
is invalid. (6)

Even by trying to import 3.3 settings, any incoming connection returns the
first error message.
For a better understanding of the current configuration I include a jpeg
file with the registry settings under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE

Thanks for your support.


Livio Curzola
Software engineer

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-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: James Weatherall [mailto:jnw "at" realvnc.com]
Inviato: venerdl 30 gennaio 2004 0.31
A: 'Livio Curzola'; vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
Oggetto: RE: Server closed connection unexpectedly


By default, VNC 3.3.7 will attempt to run on port 5900.  Similarly a default
install of VNC 4.0 will attempt to run on port 5900 under windows.  You must
set the two versions to use different ports if you wish them to co-exist.
Even though VNC 4 was running, it was not actually accepting connections,
because it couldn't get port 59000, because that was already in use by VNC


Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.

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