I VNC’d into my remote machine, the machine is right next to me, but this is a proof of concept in terms of manipulating and application and hardware remotely. Now this is machine ‘.1’, this ‘mouse’ here and this is machine ‘.3’. Okay ‘.1’, ‘.3’, now I’m going to use the ‘.1’ machine to burn this ‘KNOPPIX’ CD here, I’m going to show you how I’m going to do that so I’m going to activate the start menu on the ‘.3’ machine, ‘Start’ and I’m going to use the ‘IPM recorder’ because the remote machine is a ‘T41’, ‘IBM T41’ and let’s see ‘IBM RecordNow’, ‘RecordNow’ and the other machine the ‘T41’ is set at 1028 so trying to keep as much screen loss away from you, going to click on burn image because the ‘iso’ was an image. Browse, let’s make sure it’s in the right location, yes it likes it where it is and insert a blank CD which I already have. I’m going to click burn and it looks like it’s going to work, give it a second, yeah it’s going to work so not only have I taken over the ‘mouse’ of the other machine the ‘.3’ machine, ‘.1’, ‘.3’, ‘.1’, ‘.3’. I have activated a remote process to burn CD. It’s not that, the remote machine is sitting right next to me but you can see the power of ‘TightVNC’ for network support and almost any environment. As well, note it is a serious security measure, security problem as well. Unscrupulous access via ‘TightVNC’ could spell great harm to any network. So ‘VNC’ it’s cool what I really liked to be able to do and if anybody knows how to do it is to be able to record this the ‘.3’ machine, the ‘.3’ machine as a ‘Linux’ device because I’m using demo studio. I’m using demo studio right here to record this right here so any help, technical support, technical advice, I am very eager to hear from you. Please post your comments to ‘Google’ video. Thank you very much and happy computing.
TightVNC remotely controlling PC
January 23, 2011 By Leave a Comment