Thanks. i know remote desktop it works but pc2 once log in again coming pc 2 desktop is going off,how can watch my self facebook twitter linkedin Related Tutorials Use Multiple Clash Thanks osm "papou" wrote: > Hello > Not sure if this works with your VNC version but you may try from the > commandline eg: > > Dim ipAddress > ipAddress That solved my problem. this content
I will blame it on Window's kludgy interface for configuring file type handlers (one interface for folder customizations, and another for global settings, and they almost look the same, at least So the file itself is fine! Now on the other pc start the viewer. Tech Support Forum Security Center Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help General Computer Security Computer Security News Microsoft Support BSOD, Crashes And Hangs Windows 10 Support Windows 8, 8.1 Support Windows 7, Vista Support Windows https://support.realvnc.com/knowledgebase/article/View/383/1/error-11001
I also discovered that this is much easier to set up if you run the combined installer (to register the file types, as is noted in the documentation), rather than just Just not for me. >_______________________________________________ >VNC-List mailing list >VNC-List "at" realvnc.com >To remove yourself from the list visit: Previous message: Vnc Viewer not reading host file Next message: Vnc Viewer not VNC Server may or may not be contactable over the Internet. 06-18-2012, 04:41 PM #6 Wand3r3r TSF Emeritus Join Date: Sep 2010 Location: Oregon Posts: 16,395 OS: Vista/Win7 GhostlyPea View Public Profile Visit GhostlyPea's homepage!
You bring up the vnc server service on the workstation. Probably this. "Inside the office" you probably pick up the DNS settings automatically but outside you need to configure them manually. Instead, I have to completely ignore your partially-implemented file format (because it's worthless) and write a shortcut file that passes the proper arguments to the program. Yes, that makes me feel better.
RealVNC®, VNC® and RFB® are trademarks of RealVNC Limited. tomorrow i try to re-install the whole thing and than have a look how it runs... PC Review Home Newsgroups > Microsoft Excel > Microsoft Excel Programming > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick I thought I should add that I did further testing.
How to make Viva Pinata work on my... problem with outlook email » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118> 10.0.0.2> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times are GMT -7. Hi, I am just trying out RealVNC on my Windows 7 based PC's on my network. Click Start 2.
Any ideas how I can pass an > >> >> > address > >> >> > to > >> >> > it and get it to look it up? We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. Gearry mmitschke at quoka Feb8,2005,3:22PM Post #12 of 16 (4165 views) Permalink AW: unable to resolve host by name: (11001) [In reply to] did i miss something? The action of this would be to paste in the data then press return Thanks Guest, Nov 8, 2007 #1 Advertisements papou Guest Hello Not sure if this works with
Your participation helps us to help others. http://forumyaren.com/vnc-viewer/vnc-viewer-authentication-error.php Next message: Can't Connect To Machines Behind Routers Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] Vnc Viewer not reading host file Ceri Hankey Any ideas how I can pass an address to > it and get it to look it up? Februar 2005 15:29 > An: 'James Weatherall'; Gearry Judkins; vnc-list [at] realvnc > Betreff: RE: unable to resolve host by name: (11001) > > Thanks, that was indeed the problem.
As the realVNC server installs itself as a service, XP never asks the user if it should punch a hole in the firewall for it. More. × WG: unable to resolve host by name: (11001) Michael Mitschke mmitschke "at" quoka.com Mon Feb 7 10:00:01 2005 Previous message: VNC 4.0 viewer locks up my network connection. One PC is running Windws XP while the other is running Windows 7.
Yes, that makes me feel better. I cant use an direct IP cause i have to use a dyndns! Next message: Can't Connect To Machines Behind Routers Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] Ok, sorry for my missing answers the last It isn't a DNS issue as its done via IP but I'm getting the same error code.
You should check that you are entering the correct IP address or hostname when connecting with VNC Viewer. As far as I looked through the code it seems to be located within tigervnc/vncviewer/parameters.cxx, here lines 574 and following. tomorrow i try to re-install the whole thing and than have a look how it runs... check my blog I will blame it on Window's kludgy interface for configuring file type handlers (one interface for folder customizations, and another for global settings, and they almost look the same, at least
So this is really a feature request for opening configuration files on the command line. If you are running any firewall software on the VNC Server computer, please either disable it or configure it to allow access on port 5900. That should resolve the problem. I will blame it on Window's kludgy > interface > for configuring file type handlers (one interface for folder > customizations, > and another for global settings, and they almost look
Any ideas how I can pass an address to > > it and get it to look it up? Not quite sure what you mean! > > I have a folder of VNC link files. It comes to a stage where it asks me for the username and password, I am guessing this is the username and password of the PC I am wanting to connect To not do that is a bug.
This registered the .vnc file type properly with windows, so that when I double-clicked on .vnc files (or opened them via a browser) vncviewer was passed the -config option to open I am sure other people have done similar things, so perhaps people have ideas (or code) to share. mutha_ucka Protocols and Routing 5 02-07-2012 01:58 PM XP Pro PC's "Network Path Not Found!" Hello, On XP machines on my nework I am getting the dreaded so far irresolvable , On the authication tab you click on Configure.
Double check the IP address on the actual VNC Server machine, is it the same? under windows 2000+ it is in ...\system32\drivers\etc\hosts regards Ceri Hankey Michael Murphy wrote: >I am using Vnc viewer and it does not seem to be reading the host file. ..all >my If I could simply activate one of >> > these >> > from inside the code it would do the job and get around any password >> > issues... >> > Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review!
Yes, that makes me feel better. > > Gearry > _______________________________________________ > VNC-List mailing list > [email protected] > To remove yourself from the list visit: > http://www.realvnc.com/mailman/listinfo/vnc-list _______________________________________________ VNC-List mailing list