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Guess I'll just start from scratch again. No AV. In order to achieve access I have to establish a secure - SSH - connection and tunnel VNC through that. Microsoft CRM 4G. http://forumyaren.com/failed-to/vnc-viewer-error-failed-to-connect-to-server.php

Close Change Password × To reset your password, enter your email address in the box below and click "Reset Password". Was away at a remote location for a couple of days. I do notice far more lock ups and "kick offs" then realVNC (which I none with). But another machine running ultraVNC can connect to it!?!?!

Vnc Failed To Connect To Server

by rsfeller » 2007-09-21 01:35 OK, i think I got my win2k issue licked. Or do you have any firewalls or anti-viruses enabled? To chat live with a Partner Support Consultant, complete the form below and click Connect. windows firewall disabled Will give it one last try tomorrow at work.

Thanks for the help coulterp. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Now I see the communcation service present and things seem better already. now on to my next concern...compatibility between realVNC and ultra VNC...

rsfeller 8 Posts: 23Joined: 2007-09-12 23:45 Top Re: Failed to get server address! I really don't want to go back to realVNC. We'll this makes it more interesting for sure! Training Updates General Website Help Managed Service and Other Best Practices MSP 360 Webinar Series Who is online Users browsing this

When I try to launch the remote control with TightVNC, I get the "Failed to connect to server" message, and I can't take the control of the remote host.What can I Thread Status: Not open for further replies. I think a clearer documentation is needed on what to install and in what order and all will be good! I am still kinda confused on what the problems 2 pcs do not work properly yet they are in the subnet as the others that do I am getting the picture

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TightVNC - Failed to Connect to Server Discussion in 'Networking' started by terencewklau, Mar 24, 2007. weblink It may well be that your office networks are blocking the use of VNC. Vnc Failed To Connect To Server My next idea (which is lame) is to uninstall/reinstall on the client that is having the concern connecting with these servers. c) Verify if the port can be reached via telnet Sample: Server runnning on 172.20.214.2 port 5900 Wrong port answer C:\>telnet 172.20.214.2 5901 Connecting To 172.20.214.2...Could

This issue is fixed in VNC 5.0.3. http://forumyaren.com/failed-to/vm-error-failed-to-lock-the-file.php The internal IP of the VNC Server has changed, invalidating the port-forward rule in the router. Bevtech Windows XP Home, Pro SP2, Windows 2003 SBS server SP2(EN), Windows Media Center Editon 2005,Windows Vista Home Prem.,Fedora Core 6,Win9X, PChelpware Rel 1.0, UVNC V 1.0.8.2 User not developer.. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy!

The server (realVNC 4.1) which I cannot connect to is in fact the 4.x you say will not work. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. If this still doesn't work go back to the Windows Firewall and "Add Port" 5900. have a peek at these guys Please check the result of the following commands: ping COMPUTERNAME Try with the FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name) : ping COMPUTERNAME.MYDOMAIN.com Try with the IP address of the computer : ping

Stay logged in Sign up now! All machines are on the same subnet, ports are all confirmed open. If it works, turn the firewall back on, goto the Exceptions tag and "Add Program" (UltraVNC).

Please check the name and try again.

Ping statistics for 172.20.222.20: Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 0, Lost = 4 (100% loss), CHECK SERVER PC's NETWORK D) The server is online and can be reached C:\>ping 172.20.222.166 I had that happen here i thought it was my pc... HTTP on other ports work fine as well. This happens without any connection attempt to VNC Server from VNC Viewer.

If you want to share the X screen, try x11vnc, with port 5900.There you have some points to check out. What else... Luckily during my testing phase I have left PCany on the system for a backup to connect and config the server. check my blog Works fine, if a litlle slow.

Scripts Plug-Ins 4A. For example enter the port 5901, then try again by lauching the remote control. My IP are on hardwired stable server that haven't changed since the Reagan Administration. Please update your password to log in.

Bevtech Windows XP Home, Pro SP2, Windows 2003 SBS server SP2(EN), Windows Media Center Editon 2005,Windows Vista Home Prem.,Fedora Core 6,Win9X, PChelpware Rel 1.0, UVNC V 1.0.8.2 User not developer.. No, create an account now. have the video driver installed and run things on both XP SP2 and Win2K SP4 systems. Doyenz Agent Templates Antivirus Alerting Backup Branding Client Management Computer Management Control Center Dashboard Dataviews Email Group

Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. 877.522.8323 Partner Login Log Out Loading Loading {{ item.label }} {{ item.label }} {{ subNavItem.label }} {{ subNavItemLink.label }} Guest Top Unable to connect to redirection server by altuscio » Thu Jul 15, 2010 12:20 am I have the exact same issue as Mitch Smith. Thanks to all who tried to help! I can ping PC1.homeip.net and PC2.homeip.net without any problems.

More. × TightVNC › VNC Tight List Search everywhere only in this topic Advanced Search Failed to get server address Classic List Threaded ♦ ♦ Locked 2 messages Greg Holl Reply SMS Text Messages 4M. Any just sometimes I connect but I get a black screen, hang or lose connection. Same with the one client I cannot connect to.

The port-forwarding on the router is irrelevant, as you are not going through the WAN-->LAN firewall, your comms are remaining entirely on the LAN side of the router. Or do you have to route TCP packets to another location? RealVNC Sales Support 0800 888 6410 1-800-637-5890 +44 1223 310 410 Features Download Pricing News Support About us RealVNC RealVNC Home Features Download Pricing News Support About us RealVNC uses cookies. Is the server PC runnning?

by rsfeller » 2007-09-20 04:04 Although I want ultraVNC to be my solution so bad I just cannot figure out the quirkiness of it over realVNC. 5 computers I connect to For Windows 2000 or before: Consult the manual for your firewall and make sure that the port 5900 is unblocked. BevTech pointed out that the driver doesn't load properly during the install and gave me a seperate video driver to load. Speed is fine at the moment... ...gremlins...