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To open TightVNC Server window, click Start Menu Toolbar Programs TightVNC TightVNC
Server (Service Mode)
NOTE:
TightVNC Viewer is available from TightVNC website.
TightVNC is included in WDM software as a component.
TightVNC Viewer must be installed on a shadowing or remote machine before use.
If you want to permanently save the state of the service, be sure to flush the files of the File
Based Write Filter during the current system session.
TightVNC (Server) — Pre-requisites
Before TightVNC Server installation on a remote machine, to access a thin client you must know the
following:
IP address or valid DNS name of the thin client to be shadow, operate or monitor. For more
information, see Using the Dell Thin Client Application.
Primary password of the thin client to shadow, operate or monitor. For more information, see
Configuring TightVNC Server Properties on the Thin Client.
NOTE:
To obtain the IP address of the administrator’s thin client, move the pointer over the TightVNC
icon in the taskbar.
To configure TightVNC Server, the Default primary password is DELL.
Using TightVNC to Shadow a Thin Client
TightVNC Server starts automatically as a service upon thin client startup. The TightVNC Server service
can also be stopped and started by using the Services window.
1. Log in as an administrator.
2. Click StartControl PanelAdministrative Tools Services, and then select TightVNC Server.
You may also use the TightVNC Server features in StartAll Programs TightVNC Server
(Service Mode)
3. To shadow a thin client from a remote machine use the following guidelines:
a. On a remote machine on which TightVNC Viewer is installed, open the New Tight VNC
Connection dialog box.
b. Enter the IP address or valid DNS name of the thin client that is shadowed or operated or
monitored.
c. Click OK.
The VNC Authentication dialog box is displayed.
d. Enter the Password of the thin client that is shadowed, and then click OK.
This is the Primary Password of the thin client that is shadowed.
The thin client that is shadowed or operated or monitored is displayed for the administrator in a
separate window on the remote machine. Use the mouse and keyboard on the remote machine to
operate the thin client just as you would if you were operating it locally.
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