Can someone give me a couple of pointers on rolling out VNC? Right now I'd just like to package a silent or mostly silent installer than can be pushed out via group policy or everdream (probably everdream as I dont have too much gp experience). Ideally, whichever flavor of VNC we get should be able to be configured some users can't disable or change settings. I imagine that they shouldnt be able to do this regardless because of being limited users, but wouldnt mind an app that can be a little strict with our local admins. Ideally, an icon where they can mouse over which reveals the IP would be best, but not required. It also would be nice if we could get a pop-up box asking for permission or notifying that the computer is being used remotely.

Are any VNCs this versatile? I can do a little autoIT scripting to help it along. Right now i've been playing with UltraVNC which seems to be pretty good and has some of these features, but if there is a better one with a real package creator I would love to hear about it. Thanks.
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there are tons of VNC flavors, most of them interoperate with each other - you do not have to use the server and console components from the same distro.
It is proably one of the easiest products to repackage, some of the products even have documented command-line switches for unattended installs.
Answered 01/28/2008 by: revizor
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