Norton security and VNC - no help yet

E. Sprow brakepro "at" adelphia.net
Sun Mar 28 22:40:00 2004


Well well well....

I have actually gone so far as to uninstall and download vnc all over
again - but the same problem occurs.  Without configuring NIS firewall (to
allow it to happen when I run vnc), with NIS enabled, I simply cannot 'get
out' but it seems that the first error that occurs is on the vnc side.  I
get a box that has 'vnc viewer' on the top of the margin, and in the box it
says 'server closed connection unexpectedly'.  Now, when I disable NIS, I
don't get that box and can get through just fine.

Any ideas?

Elke
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "David Bates" <dbates "at" rbs.com>
To: <vnc-list "at" realvnc.com>
Sent: Saturday, March 27, 2004 1:37 AM
Subject: Re: Norton security and VNC - no help yet


> I have my settings at Permit All for winvnc4.exe, Permial All for
VNCVIEWER.EXE, and Monitor and Permit WINVNC.EXE  I do not run VNC as a
service on either machine, I only run VNC when I am actually going to use
it.  I just chose those options when the programs were first launched, and
it has worked wonderfully.
>
> David
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David Bates" <dbates "at" rbs.com>
> To: <vnc-list "at" realvnc.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 2004 4:38 PM
> Subject: Re: Norton security and VNC - no help yet
>
> > I have NIS 2004 running on both my laptop and my desktop computer. I
have
> VNC v4 on the laptop talking to VNC 3.3.8 on the desktop (or 3.3.7 I'm not
> at home to check right now). I am able to VNC the desktop with no problem.
> I've tried through a router, and local connection, both have been
> successful. I did not have to make any adjustments to get it working other
> than allowing the connection and setting up the router forwarding. It just
> works. I have not tried to VNC the laptop from the desktop yet, but one
> day!
> >
> > This doesn't help you fix the problem, but at least you know it does
work.
> >
> > I can send you my settings when I have a chance to review them at home.
> New baby's don't leave a lot of time for anything else!!
> >
> > David
> >
> > >>> "E. Sprow" <brakepro "at" adelphia.net> 03/23/04 12:41PM >>>
> > Hello,
> >
> > I have searched the archives for the following problem:
> >
> > when NIS is enabled, I can't get out with the viewer, period. I have
> already
> > configured NIS program control to allow vnc viewer to access the
internet.
> I
> > have allowed monitoring of the necessary ports. No go. It just won't
> work
> > with NIS enabled.
> >
> > Searching the archives didn't reveal any solutions, just the same
problem
> over
> > and over again, with suggestions to just 'get rid of norton'. Not an
> option
> > here - sorry.
> >
> > Now, does anyone simply know if vnc viewer will work with norton, or
not?
> > Please do not tell me to doublecheck my work, this has been consuming me
> for a
> > while now and I am sure of the configuration of norton. There is no
> problem
> > connecting to the server machine with NIS enabled on that (host)
machine,
> just
> > the viewer trying to get in from the remote machine needs NIS disabled.
> This
> > is just maddening.
> >
> > Cheers!
> > Elke
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