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Creating a RealVNC MSI Package

Posted on 2006-04-17
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Last Modified: 2008-01-09

I want to deploy RealVNC to all computers on the network. I'm trying to accomplish this by Using WinInstall LE that comes with Windows 2000. I have created the MSI which works but it doesn'T start the service. I was wondering if anyone knows how i can executethe command which would start the service via the MSI. I'm want to deploy it via GPO

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http://www.s-code.com/  the smartcode VNC manager has msi's for each of the VNC platforms that you can use to deploy through GPOs.

What exactly would be the point of VNC in an environment with RDP access though?

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Thanks theCleaner

but i used http://forum.ultravnc.net/viewtopic.php?p=22792 and adapted it to RealVNC and to what i wanted. It was great!!! I really recommend.

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The reason i use VNC is because we set it so that on the users PC they have shortcuts which connect them automatically to the supporters listnening VNC viewer. This way if a user is on the road with his laptop he can still call for support and firewall & routers are not an issue since he opens the connection
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understood...sorry man, I don't have enough experience with the .msi's to be able to tell you how to start the service during the install.

I'll see what I can find from my colleagues though if you want.

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