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-plugin -autoreconnect -connect 188.8.131.52:5900 -noregistry
ssx4life wrote:Actually this happened on 32bit windows 7 not 64bit.
Is there anything else I can do to help with this? Perhaps give an option when the file is uploaded online for it to be used with 32bt vs. 64bit?
can you update winvnc 184.108.40.206 --> 220.127.116.11 with the online creator for vista/7, please, thank you
UAC: sc is running as user, this does NOT allow UAC access.
-UAC windows are view only. (you now stay connected in view only mode)
-When the UAC window ( not the popup, the one that has the elevated permission) is closed or minized, you get back full access.
*Adding this option, uac is disabled for admin. If the user who started
sc is admin you know can remote control system apps.
pittdaydreamer wrote:is it possible to configure SC to allow the remote control party to click on the UAC prompts under Vista/Windows 7?
Try using scprompt or similar application that supports service mode ...Rudi De Vos wrote:Only applications started by the service, can press the uac prompt.
Luke_Filewalker wrote:Another Suggestion: One feature i missed strongly: on a file transfer there should be a requester/splash screen on server side to indicate that a filetransfer is in progress. And then the exact information which files (with path) is transfered would help a lot. I have some users/costumers they said: "what the hell are you doing?". So a requester can help to make a remote session transparently as possible.
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