I am recieving a VNCViewer error saying "Insufficient memory to allocate network buffer" and in the VNC Viewer status panel I see the message "Wrong password", even though the password is correct
Just been refreshing a legacy image based on Windows 2000 that runs UltraVNC server that had I had previously configured with MSRC4Plugin.dsm using a shared key. After updating to UVNC 184.108.40.206 I'd thought I'd give the new plug-in a try, however, I have already run into some issues.
Pretty much everything is a standard install on the server.
- I have installed UVNC as a service and set the DSM plug-in to SecureVNCPlugin.dsm via the Admin Properties from the system tray
In the Config of SecureVNCPlugin.dsm, everything is as standard barring a pass-phrase
I have then clicked the "Generate Client Authentication Key" button and saved them in the VNC Program folder
The viewer is running on Windows 7, with again nothing special. A simple install with the DSM plugin set = SecureVNCPlugin.dsm. Nothing is configurable here.
However, the first time I connect I see the password prompt. Oddly, if I try to enter a wrong password, UVNC simply shows the password prompt again. When I enter the correct password, I get the error message above.
In addition, the next two times I try an connect I see a message saying "You have specified and encryption plug-in, however, this connection is unencrypted! Do you want to continue?" If I click No, I refuse the connection, if I click Yes, I am Refused! I have to do this twice and then I get back to the password prompt again, but still no further.
I'm sure this is something simple I am doing wrong but I can't pick out anything from SecureVNC Plug-in website instructions.
Just to make everyone aware, both server and viewer are running UltraVNC 220.127.116.11 (installed previous version and installed full setup)
SecureVNC Plug-in is at 18.104.22.168