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Is there a way to login to a RealVNC server automatically (to store the login password)?

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Bill
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I believe that this function is deliberately omitted for security reasons. There is some reference to this in the readme.
You can open the server options, and under the Authentication tab, select "no authorization or authentication".  This removes the requirement for a password, but raises some security issues, especially if the connection is over the internet, although this may be considered an acceptable risk on a LAN. If you want to maintain some modicum of security, you might try an app like PTFB which will automatically fill in those dialog boxes and press the required buttons for you. There is a freeware version of PTFB available if you look around but, if memory serves me, this feature may be unique to the pro version.

http://www.tlhouse.co.uk/PTFBPro/index.shtml
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