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    Hi guys,

    Does anyone have a batch file that remotely installs VNC? I have found the document that helps you install VNC remotely:

    http://www.tburke.net/info/misc/vnc_remote.htm

    Which works perfectly. Thing is, I tried to convert this into some sort of batch to make it easier and I can't get it working - anyone got any ideas?

    Cheers,

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    fastpush.

    www.darkage.co.uk

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    Fastpush seconded, it works really well provided you have windows file sharing set up properly.

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    bozteck. http://www.vncscan.com/
    deploys various different styles of vnc on command and can send wol automatically. Ironincally you can use it to run a script on as many machines as you like remotely!

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    side tracking a bit

    not sure if this helps much but there is gen control :

    http://www.gensortium.com/products/gencontrol.html

    enumerates machines on your network and you can remote control them without installing anything as it temporarily installs a service on that machine to allow you to remote control them.

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    talking of VNC... we got VNCon and it takes AGES to scan everything connected to the network because of CCTV, fingerprint stuff in the canteen and staff laptops... how can I get it to just scan the one domain?? Anyone?

    oh... and wouldn't an msi be better than a batch file?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joanne View Post
    talking of VNC... we got VNCon and it takes AGES to scan everything connected to the network because of CCTV, fingerprint stuff in the canteen and staff laptops... how can I get it to just scan the one domain?? Anyone?

    oh... and wouldn't an msi be better than a batch file?
    vncon has an option to scan between an ip range so if your domain has ip range between

    x.x.x.x

    to

    y.y.y.y

    then you could just scan between those ip ranges.

    I tried the scan this domain but that didnt pull out anything.

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    It's for remote support of machines that don't have RM Tutor installed. I don't want to create a package, I just wanted a script that loads VNC on to one machine as and when I need it. I can do it by using the instructions in the link I provided, but when I convert that into a batch file it doesn't work (sorry if I'm repeating myself, just wanted to be clear).

    Cheers for the links - taking a look into those now....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerrymoralee9280 View Post
    It's for remote support of machines that don't have RM Tutor installed. I don't want to create a package, I just wanted a script that loads VNC on to one machine as and when I need it. I can do it by using the instructions in the link I provided, but when I convert that into a batch file it doesn't work (sorry if I'm repeating myself, just wanted to be clear).

    Cheers for the links - taking a look into those now....
    vnc scan will also remove it at will for you . Its useful for providing remote support as you can preview all teh screens at once and it has a facility to see whos logged onto which machine.

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    there is italc ( http://italc.sourceforge.net/

    )if you can get it to work - that or lan view 3

    http://www.mst-software.co.uk/softwa...d=69&Itemid=47

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    I love the VNC Scan software - shame it's only a 30 day trial

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    Quote Originally Posted by gecko View Post
    not sure if this helps much but there is gen control :

    http://www.gensortium.com/products/gencontrol.html

    enumerates machines on your network and you can remote control them without installing anything as it temporarily installs a service on that machine to allow you to remote control them.
    Assuming it's not changed since I last used it, this actually uses VNC in the background. I had a problem with it not managing to delete the temporary folder it created when it connected to some PCs. It seemed like one of the vnc dlls was still in use, but I didn't have time to get to the root of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerrymoralee9280 View Post
    I love the VNC Scan software - shame it's only a 30 day trial

    its a really great program when you get into it, its only £40 per admin so its not too expensive.

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    @kerrymoralee: I also use vncon... installs/uninstalls/scans for machines. It just works!

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    Wow Ric - That 'VNCon' is awesome! Just what I was looking for!

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