Forgive my ignorance and forgive me if this has been posted elsewhere. I have searched the forums and the internet and cannot find a good answer so hopefully you can help me out. We recentely set up a K1000 box and are working on getting machines into it. The problem is that our organization does not use RDP since the end user cannot see what we are doing (very helpful for on the spot training). Our current management utility allows this. Everything I've seen points to using UltraVNC but I have no experience with this product.

I have installed it on both my computer and a test machine, as well as followed the other instructions on these forums about putting the full path in the machine actioin (i'm running win 7 on 64-bit). Looking at the VNC on my computer I saw the spot for VNC Server. This may sound extremely stupid, but do we need to run a VNC server in order to use UltraVNC through the KACE system?

Any and all help is most appreciated
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The VNC Viewer service was not running properly on my tech machine. Once I did that it was a matter of making sure that password was saved in the VNC server settings on the test machine.
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Figured out some of the issues. The VNC Viewer service was not running properly on my tech machine. Once I did that it was a matter of making sure that password was saved in the VNC server settings on the test machine. I did not have to install a server since the server service was running on the test machine.
Answered 04/14/2011 by: sdnbtech1
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I think whats throwing you off is the "server" part of it.

Each machine is technically a VNC server.

The server service is what allows you to remote in, and will need to be installed on each machine.
Answered 04/16/2011 by: dchristian
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