can some one explain please

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  1. willymcsilly

    willymcsilly New Member

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    Its a remote desktop connection using vnsea probably.
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    It looks to me like hes using an online program. Sort of like VNC. But I think VNC is alot better over your network. If you want me to write you a guide, just pm me.
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    He is using a regular VNC server, but instead of using vnsea to access it, he is going through Safari at http://host:5800.
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    well can someone make a quick guide on setting this up or pming me about how to go about doing this
  6. rafabgood

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    Willy, very simple:

    http://www.realvnc.com/

    There you download the server and the client (it's a single pack, don't worry). So, when installing on your computer, make sure that "server" is selected. Just go pressing "next"...

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    Then head to start --> Programs --> RealVNC --> VNC Server 4 (Service-Mode) and "Configure VNC Service". There, on authentication tab, choose VNC password authentication and set a good password to you. Hit Ok and now go to start --> Programs --> RealVNC --> VNC Server 4 (Service-Mode) and "Start VNC Service". Voilá.

    Now go to your iPod and install VNsea from installer. Once installed, hit the plus button and add your computer's IP address and password. Save it and tap the newly created connection.

    Enjoy!
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    willymcsilly New Member

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    Thanks Everyone This Is Awsome
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    yeah, if u find a bigger topic, plz post link here.
  9. knguyen

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    you no if theres vnc for vista ? real vnc dosent work for me .. it can fine my ip

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