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UltraVNC SC manual SC EXE client (Client enters IP,PORT,ID)

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UltraVNC SC manual SC EXE client (Client enters IP,PORT,ID)

Post by Dwalf »

UltraVNC SC manual SC EXE client

Hi all just finished a manual SC EXE client.
You supply the IP/Domain name and Port and ID (optional).
This means you dont have to compile it should just work for anyone.
Its based on RC V1.1.0.0.
Should be a good tool for TESTING your system if your having problems.

Can someone please test.

Inside is scprompt.exe and this asks for the details and passes it on to winvnc.exe via the helpdesk.txt.(It makes the helpdesk.txt) Please note the only way i can get it to work is to dump the files into the You Windows Temp folder. You will notice after running there is a little app open to cleanup the files in the temp folder.

Basics:

IP = enter the IP or domain of the computer running vncviewer.exe - listen
PORT = Enter the port number of the computer running vncviewer.exe - listening on. (Default = 5500)

ID = Select the ID field and enter the ID (Optional)

Screen Shots:

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Download:

remote.exe
http://freehost04.websamba.com/duckware ... remote.exe

Auto load
http://freehost04.websamba.com/duckware ... nstall.htm

The usall, use this software at your own risk.
You may decompile via Autoit and any great improvements please post here.

Regards
Dwalf

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Last edited by Dwalf on 2009-05-31 08:25, edited 5 times in total.
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Post by Guest »

Since it forces us to use VNCHooks.dll yet stays in the background until the session is terminated anyway, then it might as well remove VNCHooks.dll's registry entires when it quits.
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Post by Rudi De Vos »

You could also recompile the hook dll with removed registry...
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Post by Dwalf »

Rudi De Vos wrote:You could also recompile the hook dll with removed registry...
Send me the reg key to remove... and it will be done.
Eh!

I will change my cleanup app to remove the keys

Cheers
Dwalf
Last edited by Dwalf on 2005-10-10 14:55, edited 2 times in total.
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Post by Guest »

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\ORL]

Thanks!
Sundance

Decompile

Post by Sundance »

Hiho.

I've tried to decompile the .exe but AutoIt shows an error and says its no
Script.



greets

Sundance
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Re: Decompile

Post by Dwalf »

Sundance wrote:Hiho.

I've tried to decompile the .exe but AutoIt shows an error and says its no
Script.



greets

Sundance
The autoit exe is inside the archive exe.
called scprompt.exe and the other one is testtech.exe

Use 7zip to open the archive exe and then decompile the autoit exe

Cheers

Dwalf
Last edited by Dwalf on 2005-10-11 09:07, edited 3 times in total.
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Post by CBailey »

I'm curious... Instead of your app making/modifying the helpdesk.txt and running SC, why not have your app run SC with the right commandline parameters?
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Post by Dwalf »

CBailey wrote:I'm curious... Instead of your app making/modifying the helpdesk.txt and running SC, why not have your app run SC with the right commandline parameters?
I put it togother in 30 min, yes i am going to do it from the command line seems easy and less code. It just takes some time. Been building a DYNDNS updater for the viewer and that needs fixing too. It will get there in the end.

Thank you guys for the input :wink:

Regards
Dwalf
ajeeth kiran

where do i get to download the UltraVNC SC(Single Click)??

Post by ajeeth kiran »

hello,

where can i download the UltraVNC SC(Single Click)??please help

alwayz
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Re: where do i get to download the UltraVNC SC(Single Click)

Post by Dwalf »

ajeeth kiran wrote:hello,

where can i download the UltraVNC SC(Single Click)??please help

alwayz
You can download SC at http://sc.ultravnc.net and look at the top right of the page.

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfile ... p_id=63887

http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/ultr ... p?download

You then need to configure and compile (Online)

and install UltraVNC and run the VNCVIEWER.EXE -Listen

or you can just use the SCCC.EXE

[topic=4046][/topic]

Regards
Dwalf
guest

Post by guest »

What about removing the key VNCHooks.dll leaves behind?
ajeeth kiran

hello again...thank you, dwalf

Post by ajeeth kiran »

hello,

yeah...that was quite a speedy reply(thank you dwalf :-) , for your time)...made the self extracting setup of UltraVNC SC using the Online Client Creator(thanks to the first hyperlink in the posted reply)...also downloaded the UltraVNC SC Client Creator(the last hyperlink made it easy)...seems like it will take some time to master it...

i'd also like to know where i would get information on how to tweak the WinVNC 3.3.7 (i've been searching for information online, but then, it seems like even the search-engines got bored)...

thank you,
ajeeth kiran
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SCPROMPT2

Post by Dwalf »

CBailey wrote:I'm curious... Instead of your app making/modifying the helpdesk.txt and running SC, why not have your app run SC with the right commandline parameters?
Hi guys here is another version SCPROMPT2

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The version does not make the helpdesk.txt so you dont get the flashy nice looking screen or bubbles and other nice settings.

Instead it makes a direct connection by passing the VAR directly to the command line.

Enjoy.

Direct Download:
http://freehost04.websamba.com/duckware ... remote.exe

Auto Loading html:
http://freehost04.websamba.com/duckware ... nstall.htm

The client now has the option to end the session within 10 Seconds.
The support person should not end this session from this message box.

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As Usal use at own risk.

Regards
Dwalf
Last edited by Dwalf on 2005-10-16 11:49, edited 2 times in total.
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Post by Guest »

Let's say the client walks away until I finish fixing their computer. How can they come back later and tell whether I've finished or not?

Both the original version and the "helpdesk.txt free" one leave a "continue" prompt in the background. I - the remote controller - can click it to shut off the connection. That way they know for sure I've finished (because it's gone).

Alas, this leaves their desktop background free...

I've tried to deny SC from removing the wallpaper in the first place, but it doesn't seem to read settings from the registry (by nature, I guess).
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Post by redge »

Let's say the client walks away until I finish fixing their computer. How can they come back later and tell whether I've finished or not?
the winvnc SC closed from vncviewer at the bottom right systray when session finished or connection broken after fews minutes.
So customer now when is finished or network failure.
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Post by Guest »

the winvnc SC closed from vncviewer at the bottom right systray when session finished or connection broken after fews minutes.
So customer now when is finished or network failure.
I barely understood a single word.
Do you mean that the client has to notice that the icon has dissapeared?

Can't SC just return the wallpaper when it's the remote controlled himself that pressed "continue"?
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Post by redge »

client (SC) winvnc icon systray self-closed when vncviewer close the session or session lost.

wallpaper normally must be restored but there a bug with some format of wallpaper, read topic below:
[topic=3237][/topic]
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Guest

Post by Guest »

Again, the wallpaper does get restored when the client clicks "continue" himself.

The problem is only when it's the remote controller who clicks it.
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Post by Dwalf »

Anonymous wrote:Again, the wallpaper does get restored when the client clicks "continue" himself.

The problem is only when it's the remote controller who clicks it.
Hmmm yes it seems with version two there is no need for the Little cleanup window. After you close your window from vncviewer it kills the session anyways.

The cleaner when you press continue kills the process running winvnc.exe and this may be cuasing the problem too.

I have changed version 2 now to use a message box.
The message box will stay on the clients computer for 10 seconds.
Its ment for the client if they made a error by connecting.
So if the client connected they now have a option to stop the connection.


Regards
Dwalf
Last edited by Dwalf on 2005-10-16 11:38, edited 1 time in total.
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Post by Guest »

Thanks for the fix!

However, you've created another problem now:
This time, the wallpaper gets removed if the client chooses to end the connection!

Also, I guess this is more about WinVNC, but can't it leave a message when it terminates? Something like "We have finished our work. You can continue your normal work. Thank you for calling the helpdesk!"
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Post by Dwalf »

Anonymous wrote:Thanks for the fix!
Also, I guess this is more about WinVNC, but can't it leave a message when it terminates? Something like "We have finished our work. You can continue your normal work. Thank you for calling the helpdesk!"
If you press F5 to refress the screen does the allpaper come back, if it does i can send a F5 key after it ends winvnc.exe

Or is it a registery problem?

Regards
Dwalf
Guest

Post by Guest »

F5 doesn't help.
I can only retrieve the wallpaper by either entering the desktop's properties and switch to another wallpaper, then switch back and press ok - or by re-starting SC and this time accepting the remote control.

Also, and again - this might be unrelated to scrompt - I can't remote control ctrl+and+end - it just doesn't do anything.
Guest

Post by Guest »

Oops, ctrl+and+end = ctrl+alt+end
Guest

Post by Guest »

Argh, I meant ctrl+alt+del!
Guest

Post by Guest »

CBailey wrote:I'm curious... Instead of your app making/modifying the helpdesk.txt and running SC, why not have your app run SC with the right commandline parameters?
What are the commandline parameters of SC? I cannot find them.
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coupla questions

Post by octech »

yes, this app is a good idea. But the screenshots in this post are not working, so I don't know what to put in the 3rd and 4th boxes on the startup screen. I entered my IP address and port number, but what about the other boxes?

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Post by redge »

What are the commandline parameters of SC? I cannot find them.
UltraVNC Commandline Parameters
WinVNC SingleClick
http://doc.uvnc.net/install/cmdline.html
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Post by 2haerim »

>>You may decompile via Autoit and any great improvements please >>post here.
I tried to decompile "remote.exe" using AutoIt but I got "Error: The executable file is not recognized as a compiled AutoIt script."


Can you post the original script please?

Thx.

haerim
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