ManagedListener: Unable to Bind Listening Socket (10048)
yann.renard.mailing-lists "at" tiscali.fr
Wed Mar 16 10:29:01 2005
Jeffrey P. Straus wrote:
> I am running Windows XP Home Edition. I just installed VNC Server
> Free Edition 4.1.1. I was not prompted to uninstall version 3.37 and
> it is still on my system. I have disabled winvnc.exe (version 3.37)
> and enabled Winvnc4.exe in my Startup Group. When I start my
> computer, I receive the following message in a DOS window:
> ManagedListener: unable to bind listening socket: Only one usage of
> each socket address (protocol/network address/port) is normally
> permitted. (10048)
> VNC appears to be working. I was wondering what this message is and
> what I can do to prevent it from popping up.
> Thanks for your help.
It seems like two servers are trying to launch on your computer. Can't
say which one is running first causing the second to stop automatically.
One of those two migth be the 3.x version. Have a look to your services
panel and check if it is running automatically from there.
Hope this helps,