REQ: HOWTO for setting up SCIII with SSL repeater

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REQ: HOWTO for setting up SCIII with SSL repeater

Postby oaaltone » 2006-03-24 22:14

I've been browsing about these forums all day, and have discovered quite a few links with "documentation" all over the place. Would someone mind putting together -- or pointing me to -- an updated HOWTO for the following:

1) Setting up the SSL repeater
2) Creating a SC executable that will connect to the SSL repeater
3) Starting the viewer that connects to the SSL repeater

I would be extremely thankful for such a quick walkthrough. Thank you!

Moderated by redge at 2006-04-12 23:57:
modified subject, replaced SC by SCIII
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Postby bevtech » 2006-03-25 19:39

There will be a step by step for SCIII when it is released as Stable. It is still in beta status and that is why you are not finding much documentation for it..:)
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Postby oaaltone » 2006-03-27 14:40

bevtech wrote:There will be a step by step for SCIII when it is released as Stable. It is still in beta status and that is why you are not finding much documentation for it..:)


That's understandable :D

I seem to have gotten things working by fooling around a bit, but I have a few quick questions:

1) Do the session IDs have to be numbers, or can they be arbitrary alpha-numeric strings?
2) How do I compile my custom SC client? I've done it through the web with the previous version of the SC client, but what's different for the new one with ID entry?

Thanks!
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Postby bevtech » 2006-03-28 22:12

yes sorry about the documentation...:(


1) Do the session IDs have to be numbers, or can they be arbitrary alpha-numeric strings?


ID's =numbers 1234, 5678, etc.


2) How do I compile my custom SC client? I've done it through the web with the previous version of the SC client, but what's different for the new one with ID entry?
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You can compile online..
http://ultravnc.sourceforge.net/addons/singleclick.html

or offline
SC Client Creator / Offline Compiler
SC Client Creator / Offline Compiler
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Postby oaaltone » 2006-03-30 15:39

I didn't have any luck compiling the new SC client for use with SSL online, so I just created a single-click executable with 7zip (this is fine for me).

More questions:

I'd like to do the same for the viewer side; what are the command line options to give vncviewer_ssl.exe to point to the proxy/repeater IP and port? I'd like to have it pre-loaded in the app so that tech's only need to an ID number at the top.

Actually, is there a way to create a singleclick-like interface for the viewer side as well? Ideally both the client and the tech would have a window to enter the ID in, but not see any other configuration settings.
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Postby BillTech » 2006-04-01 02:01

I tried online compiler with this helpdesk:

[HOST]
1. Bill
-id 11111 -sslproxy -connect remote.nospam.com:443 -noregistry

The online compiler RC23 and 1.00 works, but the result file (remote.exe) errors out. I think the online compiler does not support -sslproxy yet.

2. This helpdesk.txt DOES work in the OFFLINE compiler, ....but my code is unsigned. When I run remote.exe, Win XPSP2 firewall gives an alert, likely about unsigned code, using 443. I don't want my end users to see a firewall alert.

Do I need to get my own code signer?
Or use 7-zip ?

Online compiler is signed, that is nice.


Thanks much

Cannot wait for SCIII updates. 443 outbound !, with new repeater. SC is cool, until you hear about SCIII.

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Postby redge » 2006-04-01 22:51

oaaltone wrote:Do the session IDs have to be numbers, or can they be arbitrary alpha-numeric strings?

actually is only number supported
Maybe would be possible for futur release for be more unique ID but need to be Unicode support.
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Postby oaaltone » 2006-04-12 19:36

I have the repeater set up and working :) I'll continue to test.

Another question: how do I set distributer5.exe to run as a service? I'd like to automatically restart the server when it crashes.
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Postby stalkers » 2006-05-16 21:13

Hi i´m new at this so bare with me

Q: Is it possible to get the repeater log in a automatic updated file for error handling?

Another question: how do I set distributer5.exe to run as a service? I'd like to automatically restart the server when it crashes.

just type path\distributer5.exe -install and it will install itself nicley


OR Manually
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=251192

in binpath= <path>\distributer5.exe -service

OR
Serviceing the distributer5.exe is done by configuring a scheduled action.[/quote][/quote]
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Postby oaaltone » 2006-06-07 14:09

stalkers wrote:just type path\distributer5.exe -install and it will install itself nicley
Thanks!

How do I view the status log (which was viewable in the window when I ran it in standalone mode)?
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Re: REQ: HOWTO for setting up SCIII with SSL repeater

Postby redge » 2006-07-13 22:20

log are available trough the id number

current folder of repeater_ssl
123456789.txt <<--- example
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Re: REQ: HOWTO for setting up SCIII with SSL repeater

Postby Sammy666 » 2007-03-09 16:06

Hi,

I set SCIII the other day, and found it very frustrating, because there is no documentation, which seem to make sense!!! For those of us who don’t have IQ of 3722799197293222442. Me I’m about 2!

Any way I wrote up what I found, with loads of pictures (in colour) on then following URL.

http://www.simply-postcode-lookup.com/SingleClickUltraVNC/SingleClickVNC.htm

:P This may help others, cause I nearly jumped out of the window, in frustration!!!
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