VNC® Connect comes in two parts – VNC Server and VNC Viewer
Click below to download and run our installer wizard that gives you the option to choose between installing VNC Viewer and VNC Server to your desktop device.
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Now create an account to manage your devices and get a 14-day free trial to access all VNC Connect features.
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Get the full VNC® Connect experience
VNC Viewer or VNC Server + 3rd Party Client
With VNC Connect
|Full end-to-end session encryption||No||Yes|
|Advanced multi-factor authentication||No||Yes|
|Cloud & Direct (LAN) connectivity||No||Yes|
|Granular access and user permission control||No||Yes|
|Remote printing, real-time chat and file sharing||No||Yes|
Get started in three easy steps
Download and install VNC Viewer on your desktop.
2. Sign in/up
Create your account and claim a free 14-day trial.
3. Setup and Connect
Add VNC Server to your remote devices and connect.
See how easy VNC Connect is to use
Frequently asked questions
Didn’t find the answer you were after? Check out our Help Center for more FAQs, technical docs and how-to guides.
VNC Connect is the name of our whole remote access solution. It comprises of two applications: VNC Viewer and VNC Server.
VNC Server needs to be installed and run on the devices you want to access remotely. You then use VNC Viewer on the device you want to access and control your remote devices with.
No, you don’t. To start an Instant Support session, you just need to have VNC Viewer installed on your device. Instant Support uses a unique session code to connect to an end-user’s device so there’s no need for VNC Server to be installed on their device. Learn more here.
Yes, you can. However, you won’t get the full VNC Connect experience which includes enhanced security, reliable high-speed connections, and features exclusive to VNC® Connect.