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Is REAL VNC Compatible with WINDOWS 2000/2003 SERVER?
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by:anil_u
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Yes with 2000 and most likely yes with 2003 (I havent tried it with 2003 but it should work fine)
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Have you tried it with 2000 server?
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Gareth Gudger earned 200 total points
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Real VNC Beta 4 is designed to work with Server 2003.
http://www.realvnc.com/v4/winvnc.html#Platform_2003
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Anil U, sorry.. I meant to split the points but i messed up.  Do wish that i fix my mistake.  And if you know how to fix tell me..
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Ask a moderator to unaccept the question...then when unaccepted you can split the points with the split link near where your comment box will be.
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Hi meatdog8, it would be nice,  but its ok as long as I could help.

Anil
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