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Ultra VNC

By Snuffy09 ·
I am exploring this software as a Remote desktop alternative to crossloop.

Crossloop is nice but it is a little slow.

I have installed UVNC and played with it some. It seems easy to configure/use for LAN Remote use. I read that you can create an install package for WAN clients with zero configuration effort on their part(install and go). How do you go about creating this install file? and getting this to work across the WAN/Internet?

I assume i need to create a custom server Install Package? I also read that this file will only be a few MBs at the most.

Thanks for the Help!

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Everything you need to know about UVNC

by jswentworth In reply to Ultra VNC

This post here: http://www.techemperor.com/2008/02/04/a-consultants-guide-to-ultra-vnc/
Has a ton about configuring UVNC as well as links to other documentation on it. Pretty much everything you need to know.

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Single Click VNC

by pj200820 In reply to Everything you need to kn ...

Hi, what you need to do is go to the following site;

http://www.uvnc.com/addons/singleclick.html

It has all the instructions on how to set-up a 'single click' VNC. Very handy for remote desktoping to a non-technical user.

You need to download the custom.zip file on their site, adjust the helpdesk.txt file to include YOUR computer's public IP address, create a Zip folder including the helpdesk file, logo & background. Then create the 'single click' program on their site.

You will also need to download Ultra VNC viewer & run this in listen mode before you instruct anybody to connect to your computer.

You may also need to enable port forwarding through your router.

Let me know if you need any more help

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Indeed a great tool

by Snuffy09 In reply to Single Click VNC

I just started playing with this a week ago (SC).

its great that the remote app you give to your users is only 1Mb or so in size.

I still need to tweak my router and firewall a bit to forward and allow port 5900 but so far its been pretty easy setup.

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