I did use RegShot as well, but forgot to mention it in my previous post. Regardless, I want to do some more testing for other file's being created. Hey, you are doing pretty well for your first. It took me a good few made for personal use only until I felt ready to release something. You can just continue using the same thread. All you have to do is update your title and initial post as you go, and make sure to keep your release notes updated.
It is also worthwhile adding a reply to your thread, as simply updating the post won't bring it to the top of the recent message queue. Just as long as you aren't replying too often, people will be accepting of a bump as notification of an update. As an example, check out XMedia Recode. It has been updated and developed in the same thread since Got it, thanks.
I swear I read somewhere about creating a new thread for new versions, and old thread's will be deleted. I don't know where that was now though; I probably misunderstood. Truth is, I haven't been on here in a long time. Despite that, however, I'm glad you took up this interest. Hope it goes well! The only registry entries things like: mui, firewall, recent. My understanding is that these are ok to leave behind. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
I did notice a possibility of collision with a local copy of the same app: If TightVNC server is running and logging is enabled, and it's logging to the users directory default , then the launcher for TightVNC Viewer Portable will fail to move the directory that server is logging to and both the portable version's log files and local version's log files can be lost.
But, it can also run as a service: can I check for that? I don't know how to. Haven't looked that far into it myself, so I don't know whether the files are in their own sub-directories makes it easy or not, or if the filenames are in a format specific enough to differentiate server files from viewer files.
NSIS isn't my thing, so no idea how to detect running services, although I expect it is possible. The log files are named tvnviewer In the process of portablizing this app, I found a few useful programs that I haven't seen mention on this site yet I don't have a 64bit OS to add support for the 64bit version.
If someone else was willing to install the app locally, then contribute the modifications needed to include the 64bit version, I would appreciate it. The easiest way to do this for me would be if you fork the project on GitHub, make the appropriate changes, then submit a pull-request.
When connected to a remote host you can click on the floppy disk icon to save a configuration file. However, when I try to open TightVNC using a configuration file after associating it with the executable, or using drag and drop I get an error "Connection parameters host, port, socket, gates is empty.
Is there a way to get this to work? I was able to re-produce this error, and apparently an additional command line switch is used to specify a configuration file. If you are using PortableFileAssociator, you can modify your command line to make this work:. I'm not sure how a local install of TightVNC is able to work without specifying this command line switch, but this is the only way I know how to do it.
I'm not sure if I could make the portable app launcher work the same as the locally installed program and not require this switch. It might be able to be done with custom code, but I don't think I'll be getting to that any time soon, if ever. Skip to main content. Log in or register to post comments. Last post. May 9, - am. Last seen: 1 year 5 months ago. Joined: Basically, the local app will run just like the portable app as long as the portable app is open.
Release Notes : Un-Released Changes If any changes have been made since the last release, they can be viewed at the above link. May 9, - pm. Ken Herbert. Last seen: 18 hours 9 min ago. This is honestly the first app I have looked into that uses CleanTemp.
The post: You should include the version number of the app 2. This is more important that the development test number in letting people know what version they are getting. Used to display the screen of another computer via internet or a local network on your own screen. You can then remotely administer the computer using your local …. This remote desktop sharing software allows for remote PC access, screen sharing, and remote support.
The tool utilizes remote access technology in conjunction with a SSH forwarding client, enabling a user to share a desktop using only a password. So there is no need …. Note that only the Client is Portable and you still need Remote …. It can be used for desktop remote control and desktop sharing.
One key feature that differentiates Portable TeamViewer from other remote desktop utilities and tools is that it will also work behind a firewall or NAT proxy. As a result, ….
Download VNC® Viewer to the device you want to control from, below. Make sure you've installed VNC® Server on the computer you want to control. Download VNC® Server to the computer you want to control, below. Then, get VNC® Viewer for the device you want to control from. I would really like it if there was a portable VNC client and/or server. Viewer: TightVNC Viewer Server: TightVNC Server.