Singh, Harjit (Mission Systems)
Harjit.Singh "at" ngc.com
Mon Apr 4 17:18:00 2005
Thanks for your earlier comments. I believe, I will use the latest version of enterprise VNC viewer for Linux..
From: Angelo Sarto [mailto:angelosarto "at" gmail.com]
Sent: Fri 4/1/2005 8:37 PM
To: Singh, Harjit (Mission Systems)
Cc: vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
Subject: Re: Suggestion
If you want to use the integrated windows authentication support
(authenticate against the local windows account on the server) I
believe that you need to use the latest Realvnc release for Linux.
Most of the other clients are based on vnc 3.x which did not have a
username/password structure, instead it had a password only
Without using windows authentication, and withe the backwards
compatible protocol enabled you could probably use any vnc client that
operates on linux.
I believe that enterprise eddition is licensed per server so i dont
think you would have to pay extra for clients.
<RealVNC crew - is the enterprise viewer the same as public?>
On Apr 1, 2005 9:27 AM, Singh, Harjit (Mission Systems)
<Harjit.Singh "at" ngc.com> wrote:
> I plan to perform a test between a VNC viewer on Linux machine with Enterprise VNC server 4.1.4 on windows XP platform. Does anyone have any suggestion for specific type of viewer on linux platform for testing.
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