Request - Connection logging

evets dranem edranem "at" dranem.org
Tue Aug 1 17:21:03 2006


glendaharris "at" bellsouth.net wrote:

>How do you find this windowns application log?
>Glenda Harris
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>>From: "Alex Pelts" <alexp "at" broadcom.com>
>>Date: 2006/08/01 Tue AM 11:39:59 EDT
>>To: "Jimmy" <jimmyre "at" tpg.com.au>
>>CC: vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
>>Subject: Re: Request - Connection logging
>>
>>There is logging already. VNC server logs in to windows application log.
>>
>>Regards,
>>Alex
>>
>>Jimmy wrote:
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>>>Hello!
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>>>
>>>Must say that I love VNC; handiest program ever! But I've just recently come
>>>across an idea that could be helpful. I've just had some random attempt to
>>>VNC me.I asked the one person who does know the password and it wasn't him.
>>>Lost as to who it could be (and how the bloody hell he knows what the
>>>password is) and considering that I thought it was one of my friends (didn't
>>>pay attention to the IP address) I would like to suggest that connection
>>>logging be an option in an upcoming version of RealVNC. Just something
>>>simple like recording the IP address, time, denied/accepted, port and
>>>anything else useful into a .txt file.
>>>
>>> 
>>>
>>>Thanks in advance!
>>>
>>> 
>>>
>>>Jimmy. 
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