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How can I install TightVnc via remote command prompt‎? I'm running windows 2003 and I dont have any access in my rdp .

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You could use Gencontrol (free one-shot VNC utility) to get on that box and then install from the GUI.

You could also attempt to open up the TightVNC executable to see if it's run by a .msi file. That should enable you to run your install remotely via PSExec.

-Waldo

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