Multi-users

Artem Russakovskii archon810 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 25 19:41:19 BST 2009


What you are thinking of is most likely Remote Desktop Connection by Microsoft
itself that is provided with every Windows system.


Sincerely,
Artem
http://beerpla.net

Tuesday, August 25, 2009, 11:13:32 AM, you wrote:

> Multiple people can view a single PC but VNC has never provided multiple
> independent sessions in the 7 or so years I've been using it.

> ----------------------

> Bob Hartung
> Wisco Industries, Inc.
> 736 Janesville St.
> Oregon, WI 53575
> Tel: (608) 835-3106 x215
> Fax: (608) 835-7399
> e-mail: bhartung(at)wiscoind.com
>   _____  

> From: Brian M. Godfrey [mailto:brian at wildbirdshop.com]
> To: vnc-list at realvnc.com
> Sent: Tue, 25 Aug 2009 13:05:37 -0500
> Subject: Multi-users

> Hi,
>   
>      I have used VNC on a few of my Win XP-Pro systems for a couple of years
>   or so.  It seems to me that when I first got it, it was possible for one to
>   login to a system using VNC without affecting the primary user of the system
>   - effectively making it a multi-user system.  I want to do some work on our
>   main POS system without taking it away from the sales people who are very
>   busy this time of year.
>   
>      Is that still possible?  I haven't tried it in a long time.
>   
>    
>   
>   --Brian M. Godfrey
>   
>     brian at wildbirdshop.com
>   
>    
>   
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