Vnc viewer screen not updating Camarasex

-----Original Message----- From: [email protected][mailto:[email protected]]On Behalf Of Adnan Khan Sent: Monday, November 14, 2005 AM To: [email protected]: RE: Viewer not updating the display The XP firewall is disabled.

The XP box running the the VNC server is a brand new install, never upgraded.

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4) Any other firewalls you may have added since upgrading to VNC4? The viewer was upgraded from 3.3.7 to 4.1.1 No other firewalls running.

Thanks, Adnan Khan __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? 2) If so, did you put in an exception for VNC3.3.7 in the firewall? EXE (Server) What about the viewer On my XP system, the Viewer is located at "C:\Program Files\Real VNC\VNC4\vncviewer.exe" which is VERY likely to be different than the VNC3.3.7 viewer. Thanks, Adnan Khan __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? The XP box running the the VNC server is a brand new install, never upgraded.

Mail has the best spam protection around VNC-List mailing list [email protected] remove yourself from the list visit: Several questions: 1) Are you using the built-in XP firewall? Mail has the best spam protection around VNC-List mailing list [email protected] remove yourself from the list visit: _______________________________________________ VNC-List mailing list [email protected] remove yourself from the list visit: The XP firewall is disabled.

Connections to my other installations work perfectly. i Pad tested Rodent emulation :- Left or right mouse click or scroll wheel using virtual mouse, or by single double or triple touch control.

Hopefully someone more knowledgeable can explain why a fixed polling interval is necessary on this server while my other installations work properly with default settings, and provide us with a better solution. -- Full control over connection settings; encoding, colour resolution, server scaling etc. Signal touch to move the mouse to that point on the screen.

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