When we boot from any of our KBE enviroments, we can VNC onto it no problem. I have uploaded a custom KBE (which uses WinPE) that allows us to fix issues with our laptops encrypted through McAfee EndPoint Encryption. Would anyone have an idea how I can package up VNC and allow it to work from within my custom KBE? Or can anyone explain how VNC currently works through the KBEs?

Many thanks. Dave
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Run "Wpeutil.exe DisableFirewall" and then map Y: to \\K2\peinst. Run winvnc.exe from \hta\x86\ultravnc
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You can map to the Y: drive (peinst) and call vnc like we do from our startnet.cmd
Answered 03/19/2012 by: cserrins
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I think the path is:
Answered 03/19/2012 by: dchristian
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Thanks guys! Mapping to the K2 and running winvnc.exe works a charm. Only other thing I had to do was to disable the WinPE firewall first (Wpeutil.exe DisableFirewall)

Cheers. Dave
Answered 03/19/2012 by: dpyett
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