The way I do this is to use my U3 putty client, and tunnel the portable Tightvnc through that.
Thats why i actually mentioned that you could tunnel tighvnc. I use it to tunnel into home from work.
I can't find the origional article/post/tutorial that I used to set this up. Sorry. But I have found a bunch of other articles.
Please note that my home SSH is set up to only work with public/private keys. by me tunneling via ssh into my home for vnc, I am not really worried about security any more.
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