qubix "at" qubix.org
Mon Sep 26 20:33:01 2005
I joined the list to ask a question. Has this issue been resolved. This
post was dated in 2004, almost a year ago now. It said that they preparing
it for the Enterprise Edition release. has that been done? I just have the
free version now, but will upgrade if required?
VNC and fast user switching in WinXP
James Weatherall jnw "at" realvnc.com
Fri Oct 8 12:49:00 2004
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We have a solution to the Fast User Switching problem in early development,
which fixes things nicely. We're currently busy with the final preparations
for the Enterprise Edition release, so we can't give a timescale for full
FUS support at this point.
Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
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> Subject: VNC and fast user switching in WinXP
> Hi all
> I read on this page:
> http://www.realvnc.com/troubleshooting.html that it will not work.
> But what about running VNC in service mode and at the same
> time running it from each user's autostart in user mode at
> different port ?
> This way there will be service which listens when no one is
> logged in and a user mode server when there is more than one
> user logged in.
> The only problem is when second user will log out, there will
> be only vnc service and I'm not sure what console number will
> be active (for VNC service to work console 0 must be active)
> Anybody tried sth like this ?
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