jnw "at" realvnc.com
Wed Sep 7 11:33:00 2005
Can you describe what it is that you do when you get the two errors, in
particular, what is *different* between what you do when you get the first
error from when you get the second?
Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
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> I have installed a VNC Server on XP professional machine. And
> i'm trying to
> connect from Windows 2000 Advanced server and I get the
> following errors.
> server closed connecection unexpectedly
> Unable to connect to host: Connection refused (10061)
> I have disabled the firewall on XP machine
> Removed SP4 once to check whether i can connect to it.
> All ports are open
> Even i tried to connect on a different port still no luck with that.
> I can connect to Windows 2000 Advanced server where in I have
> installed VNC
> server but not on XP.
> Thanks for any help
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