VNC Java Viewer Applet
B. Scott Smith
scott "at" smithdomain.com
Sun Nov 27 10:36:02 2005
In order to connect to a different server, 2 things must happen. First,
the applet must be signed, and second, the user must "Allow" the
security permissions. If you signed the applet correctly, then when the
applet is executed, the user should have received a security dialogue
requesting permissions for the applet. If the user does not grant the
permission, the applet will continue to run, but will throw
SecurityExceptions. If you do not remember seeing the security dialogue,
then something is amiss.
Do you know what Java plugin version you are using?
Matthew Boehm wrote:
>This is more of a java related question than anything so if anyone knows of
>a better list/form to post to, please pass along.
>I've compiled the Java VNC Viewer applet and rolled it into a jar and signed
>the jar with an authentic cert from Thawte.
>The jar lives on server X. I'm trying to make a VNC connection to server Y.
>I am not allowed to do this for some reason. I keep getting a
>SecurityPermission exception when creating the socket.
>I've read that applets can't normally connect to any server except the
>server the jar came from. But in this case, the jar is signed. Its authentic
>code. Why won't it allow me to connect?
>Is there some way to "ask" the user for permission to connect to a different
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