RealVNC doesn't work between two Win-XP systems...
David.Hubert.Cook "at" verizon.net
Thu Apr 20 02:07:02 2006
Hey, very good guess...exactly right!
So, why is it that RealVNC can't handled that, since
TightVNC clearly does? Is there a workaround for
From: James Weatherall [mailto:jnw "at" realvnc.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2006 6:42 PM
To: 'David Cook'; vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
Subject: RE: RealVNC doesn't work between two Win-XP systems...
Are you running connections over a wireless link, by any chance?
Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
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> Subject: RealVNC doesn't work between two Win-XP systems...
> Hi -
> This week, I downloaded the free-edition, V4.1, of
> Real-VNC. (I used both VNC and Tight-VNC in the past.)
> I hate to say it, folks, but I can't make a connection
> last for longer than about 30 secs and two or three mouse-clicks,
> before the 'viewer' window on the client just disappears. I
> tried one Win-XP machine as 'server' and two other Win-XP
> machines as clients, all with the same result.
> [I'd have THOUGHT a v4.1 would be pretty solid.
> But, rather than fret, or debug, or whatever, I instead loaded
> the latest 'TightVNC' kit, and that works just fine.]
> Just thought I'd let you know. So, can anyone give me
> a reason why RealVNC might be superior to TightVNC, if I were
> to invest some cycles in troubleshooting the problem?
> Anyone have any strong guesses as to what is probably
> the problem? (All 3 of the Win-XPs have SP2 with all the patches.)
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