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    VNC and AD

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    Re: VNC and AD

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    Re: VNC and AD

    Looking good

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    Re: VNC and AD

    I get an Unknown Error (0x80005004) whenever I try to populate the list.
    I have manually entered the domain and ADserver info, and tried it on both the server and a domain machine.

    am I missing something?

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    Re: VNC and AD

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    Re: VNC and AD

    I'm signed into the DC as admin and using the full domain name of "myplace.net". When I'm free I'll give it another try to see if I'm doing something stupid.

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    Re: VNC and AD

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    Re: VNC and AD

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    ah HA! So now when I try myplace.net it does as above, but when i just use "myplace" it works. I may have to check that my DNS isn't buggered up.

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    Re: VNC and AD

    Looks good I haven't had time to test it in anger at the moment but the first comment I'd like to make is that the order of tabbing between elements is messed up.

    If I start by typing in the domain name I'd expect a tab to take me to the server field but it takes me to save settings instead.

    Ben

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    Re: VNC and AD

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    Re: VNC and AD

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    Re: VNC and AD

    Where does it save the domain/server info?

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    Re: VNC and AD

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    Re: VNC and AD

    ah ha got it (although it saves it under YOUR school name - you may want to change that)

    Have to say i'm impressed, my only complaint is with VNC, because it's crap compared to other remote control programs. Would it be possible to have a line in the config that lets you set the remote program of your choice by changing the call? ie if you are wanting to use RDP change it so that when you press connect it uses
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    c:\WINDOWS\system32\mstsc.exe /console /v: <ipaddress from program>
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    C:\Program Files\RealVNC\VNC4\vncviewer.exe <ipaddress from program>
    You use any program you like by just changing the location, however if it requires any switches (eg /v: in RDP's case) then it doesn't work

    The WMI info is very useful for me tracking down the machine when it only shows the IP address instead of the DNS name. Although on some machines I get an accessdenied but I think that might be windows firewall. (I'll try that again when more people are online)

    Congratulations on getting it to where it is now, it's a very useful tool for business as well as schools.

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