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    Tight VNC MSI

    Anyone had success packaging VNC as an MSI?

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    This might be useful for information about how to change default password.

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    Also consider using Fastpush.

    Set up Fastpush

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    SmartCode VNC Manager includes TightVNC 2.0 MSI installer. The property reference can be found at
    TightVNC 2.0 MSI Property Reference

    The VNC Manager can be downloaded from:
    http://www.s-code.com/products/vncmanager/download.aspx

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    We have added RealVNC Enterprise MSI installer to our SmartCode VNC Deployment Wizard.The property reference for the MSI installer can be found at
    RealVNC Enterprise 4.6.3 MSI Installer Property Reference

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    You don't need an MSI, you can use Skeep to roll out VNC, I did an entire college of 500 PC's using it and it works flawlessly! You can set the password and version of VNC you want to use - you can even customize the taskbar icon.

    Skeep VNC

    Just install the software on a server, it integrates with AD and will pickup all computer groups and computers within them. Just select PC's you want to roll it out too and customize the install using the options it gives to you, and then click deploy and away it goes.

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