Sounds like a good plan but we currently use both RealVNC Enterprise and UltraVNC at my company. My big push to use UVNC is the cost saved as that does what we are using RVNC Enterprise for.
If I have to include cost for VNCScan, it makes an arguement pointless, even though the cost reduced a heap.
I'll work on maybe a simple batch file that will do the change following your process and see how I go.
sbostedor wrote:With VNCScan, we push out the INI files first, then update the registry remotely, then restart the service remotely so that everything takes effect. Does that help?