Confirmation That VNC Server Is Running On A Remote PC
jnw "at" realvnc.com
Thu Mar 2 16:27:01 2006
Assuming your servers are configured to accept connections on the standard
RFB port (5900), you can use a script that just attempts to connect to all
the addresses in the range on that port, although that may be rather slow if
you have lots of machines off or "missing".
Alternatively, if you're dealing with Windows-based servers, you may like to
try VNC Enterprise Edition and the VNC Deployment Tool.
Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
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> [mailto:vnc-list-admin "at" realvnc.com] On Behalf Of Lee Mole
> Sent: 02 March 2006 15:28
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> Subject: Confirmation That VNC Server Is Running On A Remote PC
> Is it possible to run a script that allows confirmation if
> VNC Server is
> running on a remote PC.
> Our Network comprises of 200 remote locations, all of which
> are prefixed
> with the ip 10.194.
> It would be very beneficial if we could pick a range of ip
> addresses in the
> third and fourth and confirm the running of the VNC Server program.
> If this is not entirely possible is there and half way
> measure of achieving
> this ?
> Lee Mole
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