How to Run VNC Server in Windows Vista and Windows 7





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Uploaded on Aug 6, 2010

This Video will show you how to run VNC Server in User-Mode on Windows Vista and Windows 7.

VNC cannot be installed on these 2 Operating Systems with service mode (VNC would start up at every boot in this mode).

Alternatively, you would have the control of when your computer will be accessible instead of being open and available at any time your computer is on.

This method also shows you how to grant access remote access to a person of choice without having to configure your network to open specific ports to your computer.

This method also does not require the use of passwords since you will be granting a user access at your discretion.

Once the user is connected you will notice your white VNC icon turn black. Once it turns white again, you know that no one is connected.



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