0
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2answers
47 views

Access local console via SSH

I am searching for a way to interact with a local console via SSH - just as you would do with an directly connected keyboard. In my particular case I got a debian server (console only, no X system) ...
1
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5answers
238 views

Remotely start VNC server on computer with no Admin password

I'm trying to remotely access a particular computer of mine and it seems that VNC has stopped. I can tell that the computer is still running because I can VNC into another machine on the same network ...
-1
votes
2answers
45 views

Set up network to provide remote assistance [closed]

Currently: On location A I've got 7 computers running Windows XP Professional SP3. I've got 2 of these running a free version of Teamviewer. The rest have nothing and I can't access them from ...
0
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1answer
121 views

VNC unattended Server (No user Interaction)

I worked on a proof on concept a while ago.... whereby I managed to get VNC going in full "unattended" mode... I.e. The VNC Server dials into the viewer... which is running in Listening mode. The ...
-1
votes
2answers
192 views

Remote Management (VNC-style) without Port Forwarding [closed]

Is there a way of setting up a VNC-style server (RDP would do as well) on machines behind NATs, and have access to them? Should be technically possible by having outgoing connections from the NATed ...
0
votes
0answers
2k views

VNC faster than Spice for remote access to KVM guest?

Having used RDP before, I'm not exactly thrilled with the performance I am seeing from VNC to my KVM virtual machines. The KVM host is Ubuntu 12.04 server x64. I've read that Spice is faster, and ...
1
vote
1answer
98 views

remote desktop: acces to single application

I have a server running, on which an application is running. Now I want to gain a person access to this application only. Is there a good way to give premissions to just one applicaiton without ...
0
votes
1answer
350 views

Installing VNC or equivalent service on Ubuntu 10.4 minimal via SSH

I recently purchased a quite expensive Rootserver. The only way to connect to it is via SSH. That works perfectly fine and I'm happy with it. But sadly, my boss wants a GUI. SO my first thought was: ...
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votes
2answers
6k views

How do I setup VNC (remote desktop) on CentOS 6?

After screwing around with command line and getting nowhere, I will follow this question with an answer.
1
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3answers
3k views

Please recommend a free stealth remote access solution for internal network

I need to have ability to stealthfully access, view, and control a few dozen PC's on my company's network. I would need a control panel window, so I can instantly connect to any of the users. Please ...
2
votes
2answers
1k views

connecting to OS X remote management VNC from Linux or Windows

OSX box has remote management enabled (AppleVNCServer) and port 5900 open. Using tightvnc/ultravnc/realvnc can't connect because of "security protocol mismatch" (don't have the exact phrase). Googling ...
0
votes
1answer
164 views

Is there a tool that will allow concurrent remote sessions into an iMac?

Looking for 2+ users to be able to remote into an iMac we have and each have their own session. Machine is going to be used as a platform to develop for iOS as well as a general purpose machine. I ...
0
votes
3answers
528 views

Remote Machine Access Through A Firewall

I have a computer (I own) behind a firewall I do not. I am trying to VNC/SSH/Remote Desktop/Whatever into it from outside that firewall. The firewall blocks all inbound traffic, but no outbound ...
2
votes
2answers
16k views

How to connect through a proxy using Remote Desktop?

So I've got a home server running Windows Server 2003. I use a dual network card setup and Routing and Remote Access to link the internal, private network to the external connection. The external ...
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votes
2answers
464 views

Hosting a echoServer [closed]

in a previous question, i made the conclusion that i will need something like gotomypc or logmein, but self hosting the echo server. Is it a good idea ? Any experience of this ? I'm looking for ...
1
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2answers
5k views

Is it possible to use Apple's Remote Desktop as a VNC viewer?

I know that it uses the VNC protocol to do it's bidding...is there a way to connect to other VNC servers using it's admin interface as a client?
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10answers
1k views

What VNC service would you recommend?

There are many VNCs out there. realvnc, tightvnc, and so on. Which one would you recommend, or would you recommend avoiding the VNC protocol altogether? (And if so, in favor of what?)