RealVNC silent install batch command

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I need a silent install batch package for RealVNC to install on a VPS. Our company is running Server 2003 OS. Any suggestions?

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If you are doing this on only one machine, you can just copy the files over the network using the admin share \\pc_name\c$ and then using regedit, export the configuration from your PC to a .reg file, connect to the remote PC in regedit and import into the remote PC (note google some config options to hide the icon and mouse so that other end is not aware you are in-control). The using srvinstw.exe (from MS RK) you install the RealVNC service on the remote PC. lastly, using Computer Management (right-click my computer – manage) and then connect to remote PC – start service – bang your in.

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I came across an excellent tool that might fit your needs ChrisControl – All in One RDP & VNC Remote Control. You can remotely install VNC – and leave it installed, using this tool.

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  • Vvanca
    RealVNC, free installation and administration in a computer network. In a network based on Microsoft operating systems, administrators need sometimes that besides Remote Desktop tool offered by the manufacturer that allows remote access on any network computer station to use other access tools to allow them to interact with user because Remote Desktop block user access as long the administrator access remote that station. I know there is a tool provided by the manufacturer that require an email account on Hotmail or MSN based on launch and acceptance of invitations but it allows the user to determine the level of interaction with the managed station. Thus appeared free tools which gives administrator the ability to establish rules for remote access and interact with the user directly on the working environment it works. In this way the administrator can view real-time event on a station or applications that a user may complain that not working properly. Often these solutions are used by consulting software firms as teaching tools, and user can view certain steps to be followed for operation of installed applications. Among the most popular remote access solutions: - TeamViewer - http://www.teamviewer.com/download/ - developed by TeamViewer GmbH - RealVNC - http://www.realvnc.com/products/download.html - developed by RealVNC Ltd. - UltraVNC - http://www.uvnc.com/download/ - developed under a free project by UltraVNC - TightVNC - http://www.tightvnc.com/download.php - developed by TightVNC Group Although some of the solutions may be easier to solve what I will present in this solution, I was stopped at the free version of RealVNC solution given the high degree of its use in different networks. Because the free version of RealVNC application does not allow remote installation of the product on network stations or its management, I will present how you can install and manage free (without using other software with money) a free version of RealVNC product. You must install the program on an independent station. I chose version 4.1.2 from this location http://realvnc.brothersoft.com/download/RealVNC-4.1.-2.exe After installing the program, performs the following steps: http://vancavlad.blogspot.com/2010/06/realvnc-free-installation-and.html
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