gg2003@web.de | 2 Feb 15:18 2009
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realvnc 4.1 server seems not to work under WIN95 - Error Connection refused (10061)

Good evening,

i spent this day trying to run realvnc -server on a WIN95 system. When i 
tried to connect, i got the error-message "connection refused (10061)".

This evening i tried realvnc 3.3.7 and all went fine.

Maybe this post will help somebody.
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Helvecio Lopes | 2 Feb 19:00 2009
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How I known if a client is connected?

Hi, everybody.

I have one question: I have an application and I have to known if a client
is connected at my VNC Server. I have to do this using a script. Can someone
help me?

Best regards,
Helvicio Lopes
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behamotul behemotilor | 3 Feb 08:40 2009
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remote over vnc.vnc over remote

hello.
pls some help
i want to get into a computer...and spy let s say someone who uses same computer through remote desktop
practically nobody uses the computer but remote...just someone uses remote desktop from windows and i
want to see what he does
i tried but it did nt work with tight vnc,ultra vnc,and vnc 4_1..
what happened...it happened...that when i am using vnc end he enters with remote on same comp it throws me
out.vice versa ..when he is remote and i want to spy him..it doesn t let me...
someone tried this?
i kind a need this version and not other versions of spying
thanks!

      
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Robin Hill | 3 Feb 09:47 2009
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Re: remote over vnc.vnc over remote

On Mon Feb 02, 2009 at 11:40:50PM -0800, behamotul behemotilor wrote:

> hello.
> pls some help
> i want to get into a computer...and spy let s say someone who uses same computer through remote desktop
> practically nobody uses the computer but remote...just someone uses remote desktop from windows and i
want to see what he does
> i tried but it did nt work with tight vnc,ultra vnc,and vnc 4_1..
> what happened...it happened...that when i am using vnc end he enters with remote on same comp it throws me
out.vice versa ..when he is remote and i want to spy him..it doesn t let me...
> someone tried this?
> i kind a need this version and not other versions of spying
> thanks!
> 
Leaving aside the moral/legal implications of this, it is (to the best
of my knowledge) not possible with VNC.  VNC connects to the main
windows session, whereas Remote Desktop runs in a separate, background,
session.

HTH,
    Robin
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Andrea Riela | 4 Feb 14:38 2009
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about multiple sessions

Hi folks,

maybe is a strange question, so apologize me. I need to manage a
windows 2003 server with vnc server (enterprise edition), and the
requirements are:

1. user A and user B could share the desktop
2. user C have to connect to vnc server and see desktop C when user A
and B work on desktop A
3. I need a web interface

So, point 3 is done (realvnc has a very nice java web interface).
Point 1 is almost done, even if at the moment I see shared only the
desktop of user logged in.
Point 2 is not completed. It seems that with vnc server I could manage
only one session.

Can you help me?
Thanks in advance for your support
Best Regards
Andrea
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Robin Hill | 4 Feb 15:27 2009
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Re: about multiple sessions

On Wed Feb 04, 2009 at 02:38:58PM +0100, Andrea Riela wrote:

> Hi folks,
> 
> maybe is a strange question, so apologize me. I need to manage a
> windows 2003 server with vnc server (enterprise edition), and the
> requirements are:
> 
> 1. user A and user B could share the desktop
> 2. user C have to connect to vnc server and see desktop C when user A
> and B work on desktop A
> 3. I need a web interface
> 
> So, point 3 is done (realvnc has a very nice java web interface).
> Point 1 is almost done, even if at the moment I see shared only the
> desktop of user logged in.
> Point 2 is not completed. It seems that with vnc server I could manage
> only one session.
> 
> Can you help me?
> Thanks in advance for your support
> Best Regards
> Andrea
> 
VNC only works with the logged-in session - there's no way to
view/launch any other sessions.

Cheers,
    Robin
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Andrea Riela | 4 Feb 16:24 2009
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Re: about multiple sessions

Do you know an application (freeware or not) that could manage my problem?

Thank you very much
Regards
Andrea

On 2/4/09, Robin Hill <robin <at> robinhill.me.uk> wrote:
> On Wed Feb 04, 2009 at 02:38:58PM +0100, Andrea Riela wrote:
>
>> Hi folks,
>>
>> maybe is a strange question, so apologize me. I need to manage a
>> windows 2003 server with vnc server (enterprise edition), and the
>> requirements are:
>>
>> 1. user A and user B could share the desktop
>> 2. user C have to connect to vnc server and see desktop C when user A
>> and B work on desktop A
>> 3. I need a web interface
>>
>> So, point 3 is done (realvnc has a very nice java web interface).
>> Point 1 is almost done, even if at the moment I see shared only the
>> desktop of user logged in.
>> Point 2 is not completed. It seems that with vnc server I could manage
>> only one session.
>>
>> Can you help me?
>> Thanks in advance for your support
>> Best Regards
>> Andrea
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Corne Beerse | 4 Feb 16:25 2009
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Re: about multiple sessions

Andrea Riela wrote:
> Hi folks,
>
> maybe is a strange question, so apologize me. I need to manage a
> windows 2003 server with vnc server (enterprise edition), and the
> requirements are:
>
> 1. user A and user B could share the desktop
> 2. user C have to connect to vnc server and see desktop C when user A
> and B work on desktop A
> 3. I need a web interface
>
> So, point 3 is done (realvnc has a very nice java web interface).
> Point 1 is almost done, even if at the moment I see shared only the
> desktop of user logged in.
> Point 2 is not completed. It seems that with vnc server I could manage
> only one session.
>   
For unix/linux implementation of vnc, this is relative easy to
configure, however, for msWindows it is not since VNC there just
replicates a running session.

My idea for your setup:
- use msWindows remote desktop to have different window-session running.
- use vnc to gain additional access to a running rdp-session.
- use the '/console' switch to remote-desktop to gain access to the
console of a machine (and put that one in lock).
- use different vnc-ports to connect to different sessions.
- start vnc in user-mode by a shortcut in start->programs->startup, and
give that shortcut the required parameters to open the proper port and such.
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Mark Donchek | 4 Feb 21:00 2009
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connection dropped under certain user in XP

I am running the latest version of VNC under win XP as a service.  I am
connecting with the terminal server client from an Ubuntu Linux laptop.  I
can connect to the XP "server" just fine.  When I log in as one user (using
the XP login screen) all is well.  If I try to log in as another user  then
my VNC connection is immediately dropped upon login.  Can anyone explain why
the connection would work for one XP user account but not another?  If I sit
at the PC and login to the account in question I can see that VNC is running
as a service.  Any advice is appreciated.  Thank you.
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John Aldrich | 4 Feb 22:04 2009
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Re: connection dropped under certain user in XP

On Wednesday 04 February 2009, Mark Donchek wrote:
> I am running the latest version of VNC under win XP as a service.  I am
> connecting with the terminal server client from an Ubuntu Linux laptop. 
> I can connect to the XP "server" just fine.  When I log in as one user
> (using the XP login screen) all is well.  If I try to log in as another
> user  then my VNC connection is immediately dropped upon login.  Can
> anyone explain why the connection would work for one XP user account but
> not another?  If I sit at the PC and login to the account in question I
> can see that VNC is running as a service.  Any advice is appreciated. 
> 
Are you logging in as one user and then logging off to log in as another 
user? Can you reconnect and log in as the second user? What happens if you 
try to log in as the second user *first* and then switch to the "first" user? 

IIRC, when I was trying to log into machines with multiple users I would 
*always* get booted off when changing users under Windows. Fortunately, I 
haven't had to change users these days.
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