It would be nice if it was sort of the same thing with the IIS log files, mail, and ftp ports, etc. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content. Recently I was a victim of a scam I lost almost a thousand dollars in addition a scammer hacked my phone so that number had to be changed as well, I just got a new computer when I was going to Microsoft Really works well.
Was wondering if there is any way to morrow just a selected portion of what is on the pc to the MAC screen? Or, is it all or nothing? Any other similar Not sure why. Been doing all the solution that was suggested ni forums. What I have done and still cannot turn it on: 1. Restart Windows Security 2. Uninstall 3rd party antivirus software 3. Update Windows 4. Run SFC Scan VNC with laptop lid closed : I use a VNC service to remotely manage hundreds laptops that are stored in a HP laptop cart so they will charge and be connected to ethernet.
You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content. Was wondering if there is any way to morrow just a selected portion of what is on the pc to the MAC screen? Or, is it all or nothing? Any other similar VNC with laptop lid closed : I use a VNC service to remotely manage hundreds laptops that are stored in a HP laptop cart so they will charge and be connected to ethernet.
They are used in a classroom environment and perform required support functions between classes and at night. We recently upgraded I am a hobbyist and have 9 Windows PC's at home. A mix of laptops and desktops. VNC works perfectly on the Win 7 machines. I am in the process of moving everything from Win 7 to Win The first Any experience with alternatives to the Event Viewer?
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The documentation you pointed to, and --help pages were extremely enlightening. Once I get connected, virtual x server's resolution is reportedly x instead of the geometry I assigned x above. Cannot figure out whether it is a bug or a feature?! Skip to content. Star New issue. Jump to bottom. Labels general support. Copy link. Those instructions are not ours. It may be that you can make the instructions at digitalocean. Ubuntu won't support them, either, so if you choose to use those instructions, you're on your own.
Unless you have opened up the appropriate ports in your firewall, you will have to tunnel the RFB connection over SSH, as you seem to be trying to do. Several comments: -depth 32 is unnecessary with TurboVNC that's already the default. The approach you took above, passing a single application using the -xstartup parameter, would work with a single-window, full-screen application, but the results with windowed applications will be unpredictable at best.
VNC is a fundamentally different type of solution than xpra, in the sense that xpra's server and protocol are designed to handle remote window management but VNC's server and protocol aren't. The VNC session is essentially behaving as a remote virtual desktop.