VNC4server Java connection issues
angelosarto "at" gmail.com
Wed Jan 12 18:35:04 2005
No problem... I had something simmilar happen to me not sure what
happened but cleaning the keys up didi it for me too.
I find a tool that can be very useful for windows registry situations:
try looking up "regshot" on the web. You can snapshot your registry
before an install, and then snapshot after the install. Works great
on a lot of programs!!
On Wed, 12 Jan 2005 11:30:04 -0500, Mark Goodenough
<mark.goodenough "at" uwrochester.org> wrote:
> Thanks Angelo,
> I uninstalled, manually deleted the registry keys,
> and reinstalled, and now everything works perfectly.
> I had been beating myself up thinking it was the XP
> firewall even though 3.7 had worked under it, and I
> had made the "exception" change for the new version.
> The registry entries are not removed at uninstall,
> and I don't know that I would have found the entries
> for V3.x (ORL) at all without your help.
> Thank again,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Angelo Sarto [mailto:angelosarto "at" gmail.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 11, 2005 5:42 PM
> To: Mark Goodenough
> Cc: vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
> Subject: [SPAM] - Re: VNC4server Java connection issues - Found word(s)
> remove list in the Text body
> If you want you can delete the registry settings they are here for
> version 4
> and here for version 3
> On Tue, 11 Jan 2005 17:18:29 -0500, Mark Goodenough
> <mark.goodenough "at" uwrochester.org> wrote:
> > I recently upgraded from Ver 3.7 to 4 on several
> > Windows machines without issue except one.
> > With VNC4 server running in "service" mode on my workstation:
> > The vncviewer running on port 5900 connects and works fine from other
> > PCs.
> > The javaviewer running on port 5800 does not connect at all.
> > When I shut down "service" mode and run VNCserver in "user"
> > mode everything works properly.
> > The only thing I did differently with this upgrade that I didn't
> > do with the others was "Import VNC 3.3 Settings"
> > Though I've uninstalled & re-installed without resolving the
> > problem. I'm thinking the registry entry for service mode
> > may be corrupt, but I don't know since uninstalling didn't
> > fix the problem.
> > Anybody seen this behavior, and know of a solution?
> > Mark
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