B. Scott Smith
scott "at" smithdomain.com
Thu Feb 24 19:47:01 2005
Not with Win2K Pro. However, if the remote machine is WinXP Pro, or
Windows Server 2003, you can use Remote Desktop (RDP) to log in
remotely. This not only brings the sounds locally, but you will have
direct access to both the local and remote drives for file transfer, and
printing from applications on the remote box can go to your local printer.
Another point, however, is that VNC and RDP do not play well together...
Harold Fuchs wrote:
>I run VNC viewer and connect to my server.
>I run a server-side web browser that connects to a radio station.
>The sound from the station is audible through the server's speakers.
>Is there some way to make the sound available through the viewer's speakers?
>I'm using VNC 4.0 on Windows 2000 Pro.
>Time files like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana.
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