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I've configured the firewall to allow VNC. I installed VNC with my system administrator account so yes it's installed with Local admin access. I've checked that the VNC server is running also. It doesn't show up in the system tray, but I checked in Services and VNC Server is set to automatic and the status says started. What do you mean connecting to Win7 by IP exactly? Do you mean click Run I just tried that and it works. Hey jkloth1 Tim was asking if you used the ip address to access with VNC Real VNC is cool works great..
I use UltraVNC a good bit. A new product from Microsoft works very well, it is a "mesh network" of sorts which allows for remote access, folder sharing and folder sync Of course it is FREE. Great idea Bubba.
You will see a listing of network adapters enabled and disabled. Find your adapter and write down the IPv4 address. If you need to post a screenshot to determine which is your adapter, do so. Now try to ping it. Close that command window Follow steps Type ping ip address , where ip address is the IPv4 number you wrote down separated by periods.
Post back your results : One last thing, make sure you followed my other piece of advice: Did you install VNC on an account with Local Administrator access, and the server VNC is running in the taskbar? I've set firewalls to allow VNC connections.
Is there some other setting in Win7 that's perhaps blocking VNC? Probably not, huh? I was doing a little digging on the two other tools you guys referenced. Live Mesh sounds like way more than what I'm looking for. We don't need file syncing and all that other stuff.
We just need to be able to view another workstation on our network and control it if necessary. UltraVNC isn't working, either. I installed it on both Win7 and WinXP and it just doesn't want to cooperate. Using XP to connect to 7 doesn't work. I get an error saying the server doesn't have a valid password enabled. I made sure I configured one. Connecting to XP from 7 works Then it tells me that VNC Viewer has stopped working. I can connect to the XP machine from Win7 but not vice versa I get the same error: Server closed connection.
Also regarding the use of IP address to connect, you mean on the popup where it asks what server to connect to? It doesn't matter if I use the computer name or the IP I still get the same results. Okay a couple things. This is because we need to make sure there's an open connection.
What's the point of VNC not working when the most basic ping commands don't? That's why we test. The test also provided us with something valuable: the computers can see each other. Using two VNC clients may 'work the same way' in terms of what they do, but they are fundamentally different. They are created differently. I am no programmer, but having two products try to connect to each other is not really attempting to solve any problems other than criss-cross the intended connections either VNC is trying to make.
But I am curious.. If all you need is to view the other machines on the network, why not use Remote Desktop Connection? You can also use Systems Management Server if you need to control while not locking the user out of the session. Have you tried solely just using UltraVNC on both machines? I know you've tried using RealVNC on both. We may need to boil down to the basics. What kind of network is this? Do you have firewall solutions on both systems? Like McAfee or otherwise?
Are the applications both telling the firewall both Windows Firewall and whatever solution you have that you need to make VNC an exception so that ports are open? If you are on the same network, and have allowed all the necessary settings - then there should be no reason it doesn't work. Test ports. FWIW, you can tunnel any ports in with ssh, then you can vnc, stream icecast, do whatever all while only having a single, secure point of entry to your box from the outside world.
Atom topic feed. Arch Linux. Index Rules Search Register Login. You are not logged in. Topics: Active Unanswered. Re: [SOLVED] x11vnc refuses connection are you forwarding port or whatever port you're using on your router to your arch box? Re: [SOLVED] x11vnc refuses connection well, those connection problems you mention there might not be solved by tunneling through ssh, but you never know.
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