We are running VNC on machines here and to be honest, im getting sick of viewing one screen at once, is there any free software that will allow you to view multi screens through on manager.
ive jsut been trying that but its not free, is there anything else??
there is a few here but they are for Uvnc
vnc control manager is good
its what we use
VNCon is pretty good (though you can get interesting problems when users try to cut and paste if their screen is being watched).
I'm using VNCScan - a single admin licence worked out at about £35
Very handy to monitor what the kids are up to
Also like the remote process viewer/killer - handy when u have blocked a website
Im try VCNon at the mo but it doesnt save your settings when you exit the software. How on earth do you get it to do this??
Have you tried LanView by MST? You do have to install a client on each machine but it has many useful features with VNC as part of it. They also have ready made MSI's too to make life easier.
You can set the server to bring up a vnc window each time you click on the selected client, make groups, control internet access, WOL, send messages....
PS Its free too!!
i take it you have to login before you can download it
Oops sorry forgot that bit ops:Originally Posted by Geoff
Hope it works!
thanks katem, this lan viewer is the thing ive been looking for, cheers. but do you know if it stores the password for that machine you connect to?
If what you mean is does Lanview server store the password so you don't have to input it each time, then yes, its in the Options under Security & Custom Messages. Providing the password is the same throughout your network that is!Originally Posted by timbo343
If you already have VNC installed on the client machine it should connect OK using the password you setup when you installed VNC.
How do you configure it to use UltraVNC?
At present it keeps popping up a dialog on the users pc asking them to accept/deny the connection
AFAIK that needs to be setup on the client side. There should be an option that asks the user to accept/deny connections and this needs disabling.Originally Posted by Gatt
If you use one of the ready made VNC packages from the MST site & redeploy this around your client machines it will have all the correct options ticked/unticked along with a default password, which you can request from them & then change yourself.
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