I've managed to create a batch file basically invoking winvnc.exe -connect {ip}, but it's not clean - it brings up a command prompt and also relies on the install directory. If I could do it via .vnc, it would be better. I don't think it has that functionality though. How can we put in requests to the devs? I've got a couple of others and happy to donate.


On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 12:10 AM, Claudio Coletta <c.coletta@mclink.it> wrote:
Hello,

> Hi,
>
> I'm wondering whether it is possible to create a .vnc file that can be used for clients to connect
> to my listening viewer. IE, bypass the need to startup the service, then "add new client" and enter
> my details. It'd be more convenient to be able to just give them a file to leave on their desktop,
> double click to connect.
>
> All info I can find about the .vnc files is for a connection to a server, not the other way around.
>
> Any ideas?
>
            I think is possible to reach the target using a "script file" (.bat or .cmd).



> Cheers
>
Bye,
Claudio.



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