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squirrel
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hi,
is it possible to attach a button in the toolbar or menu which allows me to use vnc (for example ultravnc)?
is there something in planning?

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hi,
thats a great idea, but can you also integrate the session-handling from the vnc into the session-handling in winscp, if it will be realized?

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tony
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good morning,
many people use winscp and vnc for remote control. It's an great idea to merge winscp with vnc. 8)
but i think it's a problem to implement this because of it's licence agreement. :cry: :evil:
It's a great pity that such an idea probably won't be realized.

I hope they find a way to come to a compromise and integrate vnc into winscp :?:

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Re: VNC

squirrel wrote:

is it possible to attach a button in the toolbar or menu which allows me to use vnc (for example ultravnc)?
What should the button exactly do?
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Squirrel
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hi,
What should the button exactly do?

It should start a vnc-client like UltraVNC or TightVNC. It could start a thread or process in which the vnc-client(vncviewer.exe) will be startet so that the user can do remote control and filetransfer at the same time.
The problem is, that you always must login with a password, when you start a vnc-client. So it will be a very good feature to store the password together with the sessions of WinSCP.
An other good feature will be that the user self can adjust which vnc-client(ultravnc, tightvnc or realvnc) he want to start.

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Squirrel wrote:

It should start a vnc-client like UltraVNC or TightVNC. It could start a thread or process in which the vnc-client(vncviewer.exe) will be startet so that the user can do remote control and filetransfer at the same time.
The problem is, that you always must login with a password, when you start a vnc-client. So it will be a very good feature to store the password together with the sessions of WinSCP.
An other good feature will be that the user self can adjust which vnc-client(ultravnc, tightvnc or realvnc) he want to start.
OK, I see. I'll consider that.
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Integrating Plug-in to RealVNC application

Hi everyone!

Is there a way how to integrate plug-in system in VNC servers, especially RealVNC product...?

This is the main concept of our thesis proposal.

Thanks in advance.

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