Security levels

Alex Pelts alexp at broadcom.com
Wed Aug 26 16:33:53 BST 2009


Yes you can. There are 2 extra modes in EE vnc - windows auth and 2
passwords - view only and full control. In windows auth you can setup
detailed security per user.


Byers, Mike wrote:
> I have been using the free version of VNC for home use for years. I have
> been very pleased with it.  
> I am wondering if in the paid version if I can setup layers of users.
> that is to say I would like some to be able to view only and not touch
> anything on the server pc. Log in and "look or read ONLY". then have
> others by log on be able to have full control.  
>  
> Thanks, 
>
> Mike Byers 
> Quality Assurance Laboratory 
> Standard Motor Products 
> Independence - Kansas 
> Phone: 620-331-1000 ext 488 
> Fax: 620-332-1120 
> Email: mbyers at smpcorp.com <mailto:mbyers at smpcorp.com>  
> Corporate website: http://www.smpcorp.com <http://www.smpcorp.com/>  
> Division website: http://www.smpoe.com <http://www.smpoe.com/>  
>
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