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Perhaps I am duplicating > something in the professional versions available, but it is a tool > I need, > and I have some time but little $$$. TESTING: IF REALVNC Viewer works& your browser doesn't (using the syntax above). CendioOssman referenced this issue May 4, 2015 Closed TigerVNC Viewer for Windows: improve saving/loading/using profiles #169 TaylorSMarks commented May 9, 2016 Handling the files that your program generates isn't a feature Wez @ RealVNC Ltd. > -----Original Message----- > From: vnc-list-admin [at] realvnc > [mailto:vnc-list-admin [at] realvnc] On Behalf Of Michael Mitschke > Sent: 01 February 2005 08:16 > To: 'VNC' > Source

Find More Posts by rpstewart 18th Dec 2009, 13:58 #3 theheyes Sgarrista Joined: Jan 2007 Location: Manchester Posts: 8,945 Quote: Originally Posted by rpstewart Sounds like you're trying to Already have an account? Februar 2005 16:07 An: Michael Mitschke; VNC Betreff: RE: unable to resolve host by name: (11001) Try editing the .vnc file to replace the host name with the IP address. I dont know some of the old passwords so get authentication failed and b.

Therefore, you must do it manually. 1. Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc. This would allow the VNCViewer to work. Doing a ping of the terminal name does not find them Thanks Guest2 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Guest2 18th Dec 2009, 14:06 #5 zetec452 Sgarrista

I am sure other people have done similar things, so perhaps people have ideas (or code) to share. How to reproduce Save a *.tigervnc file with port name. JUST AN FYI: To access a SERVER using a BROWSER, the syntax is: http://###.###.###.###:5800/ where the #'s are those of the SERVER, same as in the REALVNC Viewer. Have you tried connecting to the IP address of the target machine?

I am also having this error, running VNC 4.0 on Win2k. How would i find the IP address of the target machine as they are outside the office and on DHCP. I created a .vnc file and specified the host, and opened it by double-clicking on the file. what was the solution for "our" problem? -----Urspr|ngliche Nachricht----- Von: Gearry Judkins [SMTP:GJudkins [at] fchn] Gesendet am: Dienstag, 8.

I already searched the list but couldnt find a resolution for this problem.... jnw at realvnc Feb1,2005,10:42AM Post #2 of 16 (4285 views) Permalink RE: unable to resolve host by name: (11001) [In It all worked well. Click Start 2. Try opening the file, it shows the error : "unable to resolve host by name: No such host is known. (11001)" OS Windows Expected behaviour When *.tigervnc file contains ServerName key

tomorrow i try to re-install the whole thing and than have a look how it runs... Here is the fix. I am sure other people have done > similar things, so perhaps people have ideas (or code) to share. > > Gearry > > -----Original Message----- > From: mmitschke [at] quoka zetec452 View Public Profile Find More Posts by zetec452 18th Dec 2009, 14:11 #6 GhostlyPea Mobster Joined: Dec 2004 Location: Beckenham, Kent Posts: 4,453 I'm getting this exact

How are you using the saved connections with vncviewer? this contact form Yes, that makes me feel better. > > Gearry > _______________________________________________ > VNC-List mailing list > [email protected] > To remove yourself from the list visit: > http://www.realvnc.com/mailman/listinfo/vnc-list _______________________________________________ VNC-List mailing list CendioOssman changed the title from TigerVNC viewer should open *.tigervnc files with "ServerName" field configured with a port to TigerVNC viewer should be able to open *.tigervnc files as an argument mail !

I will blame it on Window's kludgy interface for configuring file type handlers (one interface for folder customizations, and another for global settings, and they almost look the same, at least I did RTFM, but was not > getting everything correct. after the change i had the error: bad Name/Value pair but i just had to re-create the connection files and now it works fine. have a peek here Yes, that makes me feel better.

Many XP sp2 systems have difficulty connecting even if realVNC is installed after the update. Februar 2005 18:35 An: 'Michael Mitschke'; 'Gearry Judkins'; vnc-list [at] realvnc Betreff: RE: RE: unable to resolve host by name: (11001) Michael, No need to reinstall - just check the file The time now is 10:54.

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I am sure other people have done > similar things, so perhaps people have ideas (or code) to share. > > Gearry > > -----Original Message----- > From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > Member CendioOssman commented Feb 16, 2015 It supports this just fine. or a log anyway. Februar 2005 18:35 An: 'Michael Mitschke'; 'Gearry Judkins'; [email protected] Betreff: RE: RE: unable to resolve host by name: (11001) Michael, No need to reinstall - just check the file association for

Naturally, if you setup 5800, only, users trying to use the REALVNC Viewer will not be able to access, but the browser folks will. As far as I looked through the code it seems to be located within tigervnc/vncviewer/parameters.cxx, here lines 574 and following. Double check the IP address on the actual VNC Server machine, is it the same? Check This Out Click Control Panel 3.

That should resolve the problem. This is my setting for VNC: VNCSERVERS="1:brad" VNCSERVERARGS[1]="-geometry 1280x1024 -depth 24" On my Windows PC the error I get is "Unable to resolve host by name: No such host is known. Anyway, this is what I get when I check on the status of the VNC server service: [[email protected] brad]# systemctl status vncserver.service vncserver.service - LSB: start|stop|restart|try-restart|status|force-reload vncserver Loaded: loaded (/etc/rc.d/init.d/vncserver) Active: Tech-Recipes: A Cookbook Full of Tech Tutorials Tech-Recipes: A Cookbook Full of Tech Tutorials Contact Us About Us Advertise Android Apple Windows Internet Database Programming Apps XP SP2: RealVNC Will Not

Cheers, Wez @ RealVNC Ltd. -----Original Message----- From: vnc-list-admin [at] realvnc [mailto:vnc-list-admin [at] realvnc] On Behalf Of Michael Mitschke Sent: 08 February 2005 16:49 To: Gearry Judkins; vnc-list [at] realvnc Subject: Februar 2005 15:29 > An: 'James Weatherall'; Gearry Judkins; vnc-list [at] realvnc > Betreff: RE: unable to resolve host by name: (11001) > > Thanks, that was indeed the problem. Password Register FAQ Calendar Go to Page... I will blame it on Window's kludgy > interface > for configuring file type handlers (one interface for folder > customizations, > and another for global settings, and they almost look

sincerly michael -----Urspr|ngliche Nachricht----- Von: Steve Bostedor [SMTP:Steveb "at" tshore.com] Gesendet am: Dienstag, 1. That solved my problem. I did RTFM, but was not getting everything correct. I will blame it on Window's kludgy > interface > for configuring file type handlers (one interface for folder > customizations, > and another for global settings, and they almost look

For example, you could be typing computer1 but the .vnc file has computer1.vncscan.com as the hostname. - Steve Bostedor http://www.vncscan.com -----Original Message----- From: vnc-list-admin [at] realvnc [mailto:vnc-list-admin [at] realvnc] On Behalf Mit Freundlichen Gr|ssen Michael Mitschke Quoka AG -Helpdesk||Netzwerkservice- Chemiestra_e 14-15 68623 Lampertheim Tel. 06206 - 931 126 ----- Originalnachricht ----- Von: Gearry Judkins <GJudkins [at] fchn> Datum: Dienstag, Februar 8, 2005 i know remote desktop it works but pc2 once log in again coming pc 2 desktop is going off,how can watch my self facebook twitter linkedin Related Tutorials Use Multiple Clash I also discovered that this is > much > easier to set up if you run the combined installer (to register > the file > types, as is noted in the

No such host is known.(11001). You say that you can connect manually but do you type the same text in the manual connect box that you see in the .vnc file for the host name? RealVNC also allows access to the Server via a web browser (Internet Explorer).