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    I cannot connect, always get a failed connection when trying to connect to my macbook.
    I enabled the remote desktop in system preferences, and i`m trying to connect to my ip address (10.0.0.3).

    Is there any field in vnsea where i should input the username???

    tks


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    Quote Originally Posted by lmasagao View Post
    I cannot connect, always get a failed connection when trying to connect to my macbook.
    I enabled the remote desktop in system preferences, and i`m trying to connect to my ip address (10.0.0.3).
    you need a vnc server not remote desktop. Try Vine Server

    What would be better is that you researched VNC. justfuckinggoogleit.com might help you in your time of need.
    Last edited by scr4p; 09-18-2007 at 06:04 AM.

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    Actually, Apple's Remote Desktop feature in System Preferences includes a VNC server.
    He just needs to make sure he enabled access via VNC and set a password.

    Go to System Preferences: Sharing: Apple Remote Desktop: Access Privileges.
    Check the box next to "VNC viewers may use the desktop with password" or whatever, and enter a password.

    Quote Originally Posted by scr4p View Post
    you need a vnc server not remote desktop. Try Vine Server

    What would be better is that you researched VNC. justfuckinggoogleit.com might help you in your time of need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lmasagao View Post
    I cannot connect, always get a failed connection when trying to connect to my macbook.
    I enabled the remote desktop in system preferences, and i`m trying to connect to my ip address (10.0.0.3).

    Is there any field in vnsea where i should input the username???

    tks
    The only thing you probably forgot is: On the Mac open "System Preferences" -> "Sharing" -> "Services". Activete the checkbox "Apple Remote Desktop". You are starting a server for Apple Remote Desktop users and for VNC users. It's a VNC server aswell. No need to install a server here.
    After activating "Apple Remote Desktop" you will see a button labeled "Access Privilegies". Hit the button. You will se a list with users on the left, maybe just one (you) if you are using your Mac just for you. Activate the user (your username). On the right side there is a list with "Allow users to do...". Activate alle the checkboxes you want to allow action later on (for ARD just in case).
    IMPORTANT: below that there is a checkbox "VNC viewers may control...". Check the box cause you are going to use VNC from the phone AND set a password.
    Thats the password you have to type in at VNsea.

    hope that helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    The only thing you probably forgot is: On the Mac open "System Preferences" -> "Sharing" -> "Services". Activete the checkbox "Apple Remote Desktop". You are starting a server for Apple Remote Desktop users and for VNC users. It's a VNC server aswell. No need to install a server here.
    After activating "Apple Remote Desktop" you will see a button labeled "Access Privilegies". Hit the button. You will se a list with users on the left, maybe just one (you) if you are using your Mac just for you. Activate the user (your username). On the right side there is a list with "Allow users to do...". Activate alle the checkboxes you want to allow action later on (for ARD just in case).
    IMPORTANT: below that there is a checkbox "VNC viewers may control...". Check the box cause you are going to use VNC from the phone AND set a password.
    Thats the password you have to type in at VNsea.

    hope that helps

    volkspost
    I have all this set up, I`m still getting "connection failed"... The messege comes up rather quickly, like it is not even trying to connect...


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    If you have a second computer on your local network, run a VNC client like "Chicken of the VNC" and see if that'll let you connect.

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    Is it possible to view the whole remote screen or at least scroll around it... I currently only get the top left and corner!

    Also, what does pixel depth do... if I change it from 32, it just crashes
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    Mine works. 100% over edge, wifi and lan and wan ip. used it yesterday from school. I think dont use domains or anything, im not sure it has DNS resolving.

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    use multi-touch (ie. two fingers) to scroll around, one tap to select something.. be careful it's pretty sensitive, but it works.

    here's hopin for custom port access in the next version.. i dont like default ports

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    I have tried VNSea and all I get is a black screen. I have tried three different VNC servers which all work from the VNC client on my Mac. Anyone any ideas here ?


 

 
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