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About This Guide
What is VNC Enterprise Edition?
Getting VNC Enterprise Edition ready to use
VNC Enterprise Edition 4.5 connectivity
What to read next
Step 1: Ensure VNC Server is running on the host computer
Step 2: Start VNC Viewer on the client computer
To start VNC Viewer on the client computer:
Step 3: Identify VNC Server on the host computer
Step 4: Select an encryption option
Step 5: Connect and authenticate to VNC Server
Troubleshooting connection
Connecting within a private network
Qualifying a network address with a port number
Allowing network communications through a firewall
Starting VNC Viewer
Configuring VNC Viewer before you connect
Connecting to a host computer
Connected: The VNC Viewer experience
Controlling the host computer using your keyboard and mouse
Using the VNC Viewer toolbar
Using the VNC Viewer shortcut menu
Using the VNC Viewer Properties dialog
Managing the current connection
Saving the current connection
Closing the current connection
Changing the appearance and behavior of VNC Viewer
Restricting access to functionality
Configuring VNC Viewer for Java before you connect
Connected: The VNC Viewer for Java experience
Working with VNC Viewer for Java
Using the VNC Viewer for Java Connection Options dialog
Printing host computer files to a local printer
Transferring files between client and host computers
Copying and pasting text between client and host computers
Communicating securely using VNC Chat
Starting VNC Server
Preventing VNC Server starting automatically (Windows only)
Working with VNC Server in Virtual Mode (UNIX or Linux only)
Running multiple instances of VNC Server
Working with VNC Server
Using the VNC Server icon
Using the VNC Server shortcut menu
Using the VNC Server Properties dialog
Preventing connections to VNC Server
Restricting functionality for connected users
Preventing printing
Stopping VNC Server
Authenticating connections to VNC Server
Relaxing the authentication rules
Bypassing the authentication rules
Establishing a reverse connection
To establish a reverse connection:
Preventing connections from particular client computers
Preventing particular users connecting
Restricting functionality for particular connected users
Uniquely identifying VNC Server
Upholding privacy
Saving connections to VNC Address Book
Using VNC Address Book to connect
Managing connections using VNC Address Book
Starting VNC Address Book
Organizing connections
Saving connections to desktop icons
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