server closes connection with NIS enabled

Seak, Teng-Fong tfseak "at" futurmaster.com
Mon Mar 29 14:31:00 2004


	Honestly, why don't you call Symantec/Norton for help?  Or check its knowledge base on how to open ports for incoming requests, or allowing an application for outcoming connection?

> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : E. Sprow [mailto:brakepro "at" adelphia.net]
> Envoyi : dimanche 28 mars 2004 23:50
> @ : vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
> Objet : server closes connection with NIS enabled
> 
> Hate to be a PEST but...
> 
> While enviable others have no problems using Norton 2003 with vnc, I am in a
> fix. I am running the following:
> 
> os:  winxp
> vnc:   4.0
> NIS: Norton Internet Security Professional 2003
> 
> I have installed the full version on all my machines.  I can make connections
> to hosts only when NIS is disabled on the remote (viewer) end.  With it
> enabled, I get:
> "server closed connection unexpectedly".
> 
> NIS doesn't get a chance to do anything, it is a vnc error box that first
> comes up.  When I access the event log in NIS, I see "vnc viewer is attempting
> to access the internet for the first time:"
> 
> Then , nothing.  NIS never gives me an option to choose to allow to permit or
> not.  I get a vnc error first.  I have looked at archives for the server
> closes...message.  Nothing really seems to apply here.  Help again Please!!
> 
> Elke
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