Disconnects with 4.1
bathory "at" maltedmedia.com
Wed Dec 14 14:08:00 2005
Well, Wez, I'm out of ideas, and so long as I keep each machine with a
separate running port for VNC, I appear to be functioning. I did a search
through the registry for "590" just to see if there was anything else with
fixed info, and came up with some parts of CLSIDs, version numbers and
product codes; the five assigned ports in VNC4; and the country codes for
Guadalupe (590) and the French Antilles (5901). :)
If anything turns up, I'll let you know.
At 09:03 AM 12/14/05 -0000, James Weatherall wrote:
>Mapped drives are handle via SMB, which doesn't use port 5900 or 5901.
>Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: vnc-list-admin "at" realvnc.com
>> [mailto:vnc-list-admin "at" realvnc.com] On Behalf Of Dennis Bathory-Kitsz
>> Sent: 13 December 2005 21:31
>> To: vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
>> Subject: RE: Disconnects with 4.1
>> At 02:56 PM 12/13/05 -0500, John Aldrich wrote:
>> >Do you have another version of VNC running on the same PC or
>> trying to run,
>> >or something else trying to take port 5900? That's what it
>> sounds like the
>> >problem is.
>> Good thought on the other VNC. I had had VNC 3.3 running
>> before 4.1, but
>> removed it. I just did a look through the registry, and there
>> are no traces
>> of the original VNC (or ORL).
>> As for something else using port 5900, I can't find anything
>> even close,
>> except the thought I had regarding this machine having mapped
>> the drives on
>> all the other machines (including those with VNC servers on
>> 5900 and 5901).
>> For now, all seems well with separate ports assigned all around. Still
>> makes me nervous, though.
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