VNC and Google Web Accelerator
jnw "at" realvnc.com
Mon Jan 23 17:15:02 2006
Check the Application Event Log of the server computer for messages from
WinVNC4, which start "Connections:" - these will indicate why VNC Server
closed the connection (assuming that VNC server is even seeing the
connection in the first place).
Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
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> [mailto:vnc-list-admin "at" realvnc.com] On Behalf Of Howie Reyer
> Sent: 23 January 2006 15:54
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> Subject: VNC and Google Web Accelerator
> I have two computers at two distant locations (we'll call
> them A and B). They are not part of a network. Both have VNC
> installed and, therefore, uses the internet to communicate.
> 99% of the time computer A contacts B (i.e., A as viewer and
> B as server). Both also have Windows XP firewall activated as
> well as routers. Ports, etc. were configured and there was
> never a problem
> I downloaded Google web accelerator
> (webaccelerator.google.com) on both computers and now A
> cannot view B via VNC. I can ping B; however, after entering
> the password to try and view B the following pop-up appears
> "The connection closed unexpectedly. Do you wish to reconnect
> to . . . ?"
> What can I do (if anything) to resume normal VNC services
> once again? Thanks.
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