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    Can someone give me some help with getting LanView3 working?

    Hi.
    Im trying to get LanView3 working, as it'll save me a fair few grand over getting another 150 licences of NSS.

    Anyway.
    Ive installed the server software on my workstation.
    Ive installed the client software on a test machine.
    Ive installed UltraVNC on the test machine.

    I can send some commands to the test machine already, for example, gpupdate.
    But i cant view it.

    The errors ive seen thus far, are cannot connect. So i installed a VNC app (tight vnc). Then it asks for a password, so i put the VNC password in, incorrect password.
    Then i install ultravnc, and now i get socket errors! .


    Can someone help me get all this working:
    - LanView Server working on my workstation.
    - All the nessessary apps in MSI format for GP deployment, along with config files that'll hide all of it from the users, so no user prompts come up.
    - Remote viewing working.


    Thanks in advance all. .

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    I'm pretty sure there is a vnc package that you download from the same site with a password in it of... Nah I'll pm that to you if you need it

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggiep View Post
    I'm pretty sure there is a vnc package that you download from the same site with a password in it of... Nah I'll pm that to you if you need it
    Any chance you can PM me it too

    We've been using a fresh install of tightVNC and setting our own password, but a pre-packaged msi with its own password in there is a lot easier for roll out

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggiep View Post
    I'm pretty sure there is a vnc package that you download from the same site with a password in it of... Nah I'll pm that to you if you need it
    Whats the package called? As i couldnt find one thats suitable for vanilla networks.

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    Tight VNC MSI

    To download the lanview package you have to register.

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    And does that already have a secure password setup, and when running is hidden to the user?

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    You need to turn off the windows firewall. We use TightVNC 1.2.9 and it works a treat!

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    vnc is hidden when running the students cant tell when we watch them, the set password in the msi isnt great but it will do, plus the kids cant run any vnc software. or install on the pc's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timbo343 View Post
    You need to turn off the windows firewall. We use TightVNC 1.2.9 and it works a treat!
    You don't need to turn off the Windows firewall... the latest MSI's for LANview add exceptions in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomscaper View Post
    Tight VNC MSI

    To download the lanview package you have to register.
    Is the password/setting for it IN the MSI itself?
    As the download has MSI files, reg files, nai files, ini files, ect;

    I install the client +the tight VNC msi on a VM, and it still doesnt work. LV3 can see the station, but again, cant connect to it?

    + How do i set a network password in LanView3? Im getting access denyed for everything.
    Last edited by boomam; 9th June 2008 at 09:05 AM.

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    The password is stored in HEX in the reg key supplied and can be changed before you send the MSI out, assuming you get the hex right

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Chris- View Post
    The password is stored in HEX in the reg key supplied and can be changed before you send the MSI out, assuming you get the hex right
    The password for VNC?
    So will the MSI automatically apply the reg file? Or will i have to deploy that myself?

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    Have you put the password in Lanview? File>Options>Security and Custom messages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomam View Post
    The password for VNC?
    So will the MSI automatically apply the reg file? Or will i have to deploy that myself?
    Yeh, the password for VNC. Just edit the reg file in the MSI and it will deploy it for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Chris- View Post
    Yeh, the password for VNC. Just edit the reg file in the MSI and it will deploy it for you.
    How do i edit in the MSI then?
    Orca?
    I can see some password enteries under 'registary' but dont know the hex keys to change?

    Quote Originally Posted by pallen View Post
    Have you put the password in Lanview? File>Options>Security and Custom messages.
    I havnt no, as i dont know what it is.

    Can someone PM or email it to me please?

    Thanks. .

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