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Do you have the computer you're trying to connect to running the vncserver? Is the computer your trying to connect with allowed to connect to the vncserver? Jeremy...
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    Do you have the computer you're trying to connect to running the vncserver? Is the computer your trying to connect with allowed to connect to the vncserver?

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    i think yes,i'll check this out for sure..
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    Re: remote desktop

    Quote Originally Posted by stathisx
    when i use remote desktop connection and put the ip of the pc i want to connect then connect button doesn't appear to be active so i can't connect.what should be wrong?
    although my network works fine..
    Sorry if this is a bit late, but i'm new to this Forum and have just read this thread.

    When i do this on my Suse-PC then i have to put IP (or Name) and port number.
    example:
    Code:
    192.168.0.200:5900

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    i made this work with vnc provided by kde...i had to write 192.168.0.2:0 to reveal the connect button
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