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- Location: Switzerland - Geneva
system & Network administration
- VNC Manager
VNC Manager can automatically discover any host running VNC Server on a given network.
- VNC Neighborhood
A free VNC server TCP scanner. It uses Microsoft Windows Networking features to locate computers in Microsoft Windows domains and workgroups.
A command-line utility to change the password used to access VNC desktops on local or remote Win32 platforms.
A command-line utility to get remote VNC server information.
A small command-line utility which gives you the ability to know who's watching you using the local VNC server install on your computer.
A command line utility to discover any host running VNC Server on a given network.
A command-line utility to lock and/or start default screen saver on the local computer.
- Remote Wake-up
RW.EXE is a command-line utility that may reboot any network equipment equipped with a Wake-On-Lan (WOL) NIC adapter.
Last edited by redge
on 2006-05-22 00:51, edited 1 time in total.
UltraVNC 126.96.36.199.1 (built 20110518)
OS Win: xp home + vista business + 7 home
only experienced user, not developer
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- Joined: 2006-09-05 15:14
Normally I just start the Ultr@VNC viewer directly to connect to any computer and everything is fine.
But I do love the idea of being able to see all my user computers after a network scan and being able to support them by just doubleclicking on their computer and connecting to their VNC server. Therefor I installed VNC Neighborhood. Everything is fine untill I try to establish a connection by doubleclicking. I entered the correct path.
After doubleclicking a window pops up "Ultr@VNC Info" telling me "Failed to connect to server". In the "VNC Viewer Status for User X" that normally comes when I use Ultr@VNC directly to connect to a remote machine there is no port given. When I start Ultr@VNC directly there is alway the port 5900 shown. What can I do that VNC Neighborhood passes the port to Ultr@VNC? I checked "Use default VNC server port" in the Scanner Tab.
I tried to contact Patrick Garnier on his web site "SysWorkSoft.net" but got no reply.
Last edited by Skeeve
on 2006-09-05 15:32, edited 1 time in total.