WEB BASED VIEWER AUTHENTICATE WITH URL

WEB BASED VIEWER AUTHENTICATE WITH URL

Postby ezkabar » 2010-07-31 12:12

Hi

Anyone know how I can acheive the following:

Basically I want to be able to monitor ten PCs by a simple weblink.

A webpage that contains 10 frames each one is a connection to a VNC server in view only mode (hence each of these frames needs to auto-authenticate to the server). Can this be acheived using JAVA script in my HTML code?

Any help appreiciated.

Thanks
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Re: WEB BASED VIEWER AUTHENTICATE WITH URL

Postby B » 2010-08-01 06:10

Sounds like a cool idea. Keep in mind that if you really want to do it in a web page, independent of locally executable code, you'll most likely need to use something like Java (NOT Javascript; please remember they are <b>completely</b> different things) or ActiveX.

VNC has always had a Javaviewer; I imagine it wouldn't be terribly hard to run multiple instances in frames. The ActiveX viewer(s) I've seen were not open source, as far as I recall, if that is an issue for you. (Search this forum for details.)

I think someone was working on a Javascript/AJAX version of the viewer, but don't remember.... I guess it was Guacamole at Unholy "Guacamole"

Or do you just want to establish viewer instances using a locally installed "real" VNC viewer executable, but forcing them into a web interface?

Another way to go is to set up a machine running dedicated multiviewer VNC software (like MRemoteNG or iTalc), establish the multiple VNC viewer windows on that machine, <b>and then</b> use the regular old Javaviewer to remote control/view <b>that multiviewer machine</b> in a web page. Would that accomplish what you want?
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