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From: Bill Barrett (bill_barrettuhaul.com)
Date: Wed May 23 2001 - 18:52:19 CDT
I recently took over a position where the previos admin had installed PC
Anywhere on A win2K server for administration uses (he didnt know about
terminal services) and we dicovered that if you install SP2 on such a
configureation it will cause it to go into a un-recoverable reboot cycle.
So if you are using/thinking about useing PC Anywhere I would recommend that
you completely uninstall it before adding any srvice packs or hot fixes.
As for me I switching it over to term services.
HRIS Sys. Admin.
From: gossiowned.lab6.com [mailto:gossiowned.lab6.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 22, 2001 4:18 PM
Subject: RE: Remote control of NTs
On Tue, 22 May 2001, Evan Mann wrote:
> I've used pcANYWHERE and VNC, but more so VNC. If you read the full
> documentatiin for VNC, you will discover that there ways to restrict
> based on IPs and other factors. It's not very secure IMHO, but it is
> secure then just relying on a password (which is how VNC security works
> of the box).
> Some things that help greatly with VNC's speed are reducing the desktop
> color depth to 16bit (256 colors would probably be even better of
> as well as removing any background images. The less the screen has to
> redrawing the better.