Multiple VNC connections to Windows 2003 Server Terminal
Steveb "at" tshore.com
Mon Mar 28 16:15:01 2005
We use VNC on Terminal Servers and it works fine. Of course, you only
get the console desktop for the reason that Angelo pointed out. I do
remember hearing something about some previous version of VNC having
issues on a Terminal Server but I have never experienced it.
Is anyone working on a flavor of VNC that will allow you to "shadow"
terminal sessions like the Terminal Server Manager does?
If you're looking for unique desktops per connection, your best bet is
the Terminal Services that comes with Windows 2000/2003 server. VNCScan
is an excellent front end for both VNC and the terminal services, too.
The value in VNCScan here is that there is one interface to both VNC and
Terminal Services so it kind of blurs the line a little.
>From: vnc-list-admin "at" realvnc.com
>[mailto:vnc-list-admin "at" realvnc.com] On Behalf Of Angelo Sarto
>Sent: Monday, March 28, 2005 10:03 AM
>To: Nicole H
>Cc: vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
>Subject: Re: Multiple VNC connections to Windows 2003 Server
>VNC on windows is a pure remote control application it does
>not have sessions like term services or citrix. So it is
>possible to have multiple connections, however they will all
>be the same desktop.
>Additionally, there used to be an issue with vnc and terminal
>services both running on the same machine, I am not sure if
>this was fixed in the last release or not.
>On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 14:44:51 +0000, Nicole H
><nicolenoh "at" hotmail.com> wrote:
>> This is really not my area of expertise at all, so can
>someone give me
>> a hand? I'm trying to have multiple VNC connections to a
>> Server running Terminal Services. Can someone tell
>me if this is
>> possible, and if so, some things to check to make
>sure I set it up
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