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Java Viewer: Desktop scaling that can be easily controlled via the toolbar. You can restrict the number of colors to save traffic, or prefer a rich-color format to maximize image quality. From the GUI, you can choose a color mode with 8, 64, , , colors, or select the server's native number of colors. However, the core component supports any color format as allowed by the RFB protocol except palette-based modes.

Java Viewer: Corrected negotiation of the protocol version. New version should be able to connect to Mac OS X. Java Viewer: Various minor fixes and improvements. This problem affected Windows systems only. Server for Windows: CPU use was significantly reduced in idle periods when there are no users connected. Server for Windows: Fixed a problem which resulted in wrong color rendering in "big-endian" viewers e. PowerPC-based Mac viewers. Server for Windows: Fixed rendering of semi-transparent mouse cursors.

Previously, big black boxes could be seen instead of such cursors. Server for Windows: Introducing new "error handler" which allows saving memory dumps on critical errors. Server for Windows: In systems with swapped left and right mouse buttons, remote mouse events will be adjusted accordingly. As a result, the remote mouse should work just like the local one.

Server for Windows: Fixed a number of problems led to errors on setting service passwords from the installer. Server for Windows: Not allowing to enter administrative passwords longer than eight characters. Previous versions used only the first eight characters anyway but it was possible to enter longer passwords and that could confuse users who did not know about the limitation. Server for Windows: Fixed a problem with injecting lowercase characters when CapsLock was on on the server.

Previous version generated uppercase characters when CapsLock was on, regardless of the Shift state. It looks like there is a bug in Windows so we could do nothing better than to cook a workaround specifically for this case. Server for Windows: Fixed clipboard handling with multiple client connections.

Previously, clipboard contents might not be sent to particular clients in certain circumstances. Server for Windows: Adjusted log verbosity levels for log messages generated by the control interface connection, so that such messages will not overload the log any more. Server for Windows: Made minor adjustments in the user interface. Specifically, the "About Viewer for Windows: Fixed a number of problems with saving and restoring connection options.

Viewer for Windows: Fixed user interface logic in the Options window. There were incorrect dependencies between compression-related controls. Viewer for Windows: Improved phrasing for a number of error messages and log records in the file transfer module. Source Code: Visual Studio is now supported, upgraded solution and project files are included in the source distribution.

Versions for Visual Studio are included as well. New version should be fully compatible with Windows desktop scaling. This fix was developed for TightVNC 2. Server and Viewer for Windows: More fixes have been made to solve problems with clipboard transfers.

Both server and viewer could send question characters instead of non-ASCII symbols if current input language did not match the text encoding. These fixes complement related changes introduced in version 2. After creating five backup copies, it failed to rename old files and just overwrote the most recent log file. Viewer for Windows: Server-to-client clipboard transfers have been fixed. Multiple files and directories can be copied at once, directories are processed recursively.

Data compression is used to speed-up copying. Files can be renamed or removed, new directories can be created. File sizes are not limited by 4 Gb any more. Server for Windows: Implemented new architecture which separates service code from the user interface.

This enables service-mode operation under Windows Vista and Windows 7. Also, this fixes all known problems with multi-user features of modern Windows systems like Fast User Switching and Terminal Services. Server for Windows: Screen updates have become reliable.

If something went wrong and the picture in the viewer is garbled, incomplete or outdated, it will be recovered in reasonable time. There should be no more hidden menus or destructive window movements. If fast update detection methods fail, full-screen polling will keep updates going. Server for Windows: Featuring new secure administrative interface.

Control interface can be optionally protected with a password to make sure users cannot reconfigure or shut down the service unless they know the password or have administrator privileges. Server for Windows: There should be no more confusion between "default settings" and "user settings". In TightVNC 2. The "Configure Server for Windows: Featuring IP-based access control for incoming connections. You can even test the rules on specific IP addresses, prior to applying new rules.

Installer: TightVNC 2. It's smarter and more efficient. It tries to prevent reboots whenever possible. It invites to set passwords so that TightVNC Server would be ready to work right at the moment of finishing the installation. Finally, the complete self-installing TightVNC package both server and viewer parts, and the uninstall tool is only kilobytes in size. Server and Viewer for Windows: Keyboard handling has been improved. Older versions of TightVNC had problems with passing characters that do not fit in the Latin-1 code space.

This list of changes is not full. TightVNC Server 2. It does not include old TightVNC 1. So the right answer to the "What's New? TightVNC 1. Disabling file transfers if current user is unknown or nobody is logged in. Windows Server: Fixed rendering problems when multiple CopyRects were combined with normal updates.

That could caused distortions that never updated even with full-screen polling active. Windows Server: Added new "-silent" command-line option which modifies the behavior of -install, -reinstall and -remove options and makes them not show informational windows on successful execution. Note that -silent should precede other respective options in the command line.

A specially modified VNC server could currupt the heap of the connected viewer causing its crash or malfunction. Now we save unsuccessful connections too so that users would not ever have to re-type server names after connection failures. Also, several other enhancements were made to the code which handles the list of recent connections.

Windows Viewer: Fixed a bug with not loading passwords from saved. Windows Viewer: Fixed problems under Windows Vista where Windows taskbar could remain visible above the full-screen window. Windows Viewer: Fixed a bug with not saving log file name correctly on using the Browse button.

Windows Viewer: Usability improvements in the "New Connection" dialog. Windows Packaging: Improved installer and uninstall utility. In this version, self-installing executable will not try to install service in Windows Vista. Improved uninstall program always removes the WinVNC service if it was previously installed. Java viewer: Fixed a bug with ignoreCursorUpdates option in bit color mode caused the viewer to disconnect.

Thanks to Damien Mascre for pointing out the issue. Java viewer: PORT parameter is not required any more, now it defaults to Java viewer: Do not defer update requests by default, to minimize delays in screen updates. Java viewer: Improvements in reporting statistics on disconnect. Other minor improvements and bugfixes. All platforms: Made "host:port" parsing maximally compatible with VNC4. Interpreting a number in host names like somehost as an actual port number if it's not in the range [ Windows Server: Various user interface enhancements - changes in GUI labels, tray icon with a red border when incoming connections are not possible for any reason, more information in the tray icon tip, smarter logic in displaying the Properties dialog, and more.

Windows Server: Slightly improved handling of passwords. One of the notable changes is that now it's enough to enter a view-only password without providing primary password. The changes were ported from VNC 4. There are reports that this solves the problem with greyed username and password fields on Windows Server bug Windows Server: Bugfix for the bug attempt to restart the machine remotely via TightVNC led to disconnect if there was some non-saved data, and further connections were rejected.

Windows Viewer: Multiple selection now works in file transfers, thanks to developers at Novell and personally Rohit Kumar. Windows Viewer: The viewer terminated silently when the server dropped connection right after accepting it.

Now we report such errors. Also, all required libraries are now included within the source distribution. Java viewer: Implemented scaling, either with a fixed scaling factor or automatic. From the other side, the viewer remains compatible with Java 1. Scaling can be enabled with new "Scaling Factor" parameter but cannot be controlled from the GUI yet. Java viewer: Disabled focus traversal keys under JVMs 1.

This fixes the problem with not sending Tab key events to the VNC server. Java viewer: Fixed wrong pixel format interpretation at decoding RichCursor pseudo-encoding local cursor could be rendered in wrong colors. Other improvements and bugfixes, see ChangeLog files within the distribution for more details.

Win32 server: Improved layout and functionality of the Properties dialog. Win32 server: More accurate password handling - now the server code tries to distinguish between "empty" and "unset" passwords better. Win32 server: New -shareall, -shareprimary and -sharearea command-line options, working similarly to the -sharewindow option. Win32 server: Fixed problems with restoring desktop wallpaper.

Win32 viewer: Fixed bug with not setting proper size of the viewer window. Unix server: Port numbers are now calculated modulo with vncviewer's -listen option. That makes it possible to listen on TCP ports under Java viewer: Automatic encoding selection based on measuring current network throughput. Win32 server: Removed the code for "desktop optimizations" that was rather harmful than useful. Hopefully, this should fix problems with crashing Delphi applications.

Also this should prevent settings like font smoothing always set to true on disconnect. Win32 server: Fixed the issue with port number edit boxes that were labeled incorrectly in the Properties dialog. Win32 server: Disallowing clipboard transfers in view-only mode. Win32 server: Fixed the problem with wallpaper being removed only after completing the initial screen transmission.

Win32 server: Minor improvements in the File Transfers dialog. Win32 server: More context help messages in Properties and File Transfers dialogs. Unix server: Fixed a serious bug with sending cursor updates when there was no FrameBufferUpdateRequest from that client. Unix server: Fixed problems with building Xvnc on modern linux distributions, such as Fedora Core 3. Unix server: Disallowing clipboard transfers for view-only clients.

Also, current mirror driver status is shown in the Hooks tab. Win32 server: The option "Don't use mirror display driver even if available" is now functional. Win32 server: New option "Blank screen on client connections". When set and new client connects, the server's monitor is forced to go to power saving mode.

Win32 server: Fixed bugs with saving certain settings in the registry, and bugs with setting default values when the registry is not writable. Win32 server: Fixed a problem with one-pixel mouse offset. Win32 server: Fixed problems with inter-thread locking, this should solve "Unhandled message type received" problems.

Win32 server: Fixed a problem with the setting "Block remote input on local activity", it was not working with DLL hooks disabled. Win32 server: Fixed various problems with file transfer implementation. Win32 viewer: New "Auto" scaling mode. In this mode, the viewer scales remote desktop to fit local window or screen size. If the window size is changed, the scaling factor is adjusted automatically. Win32 viewer: Now the viewer checks server's capabilities and does not ever use non-standard protocol messages not supported by the server.

This change affects file transfers only, as other features do not use non-standard protocol messages.. Java viewer: New "scale remote cursor" option has been added. It allows to reduce or enlarge cursor image in the full-control mode. Java viewer: A cursor repaint problem has been fixed.

Using the mirror driver greatly increases the speed and reliability of updates, and also desreases CPU utilization on the server. Win32 server: New polling algorithm has been implemented. It's similar to that found in x0rfbserver. New algorithm uses minimum CPU time when there are no changes on the screen, and detects major changes very quickly, resulting in greatly improved responsiveness on the client side.

Win32 server: Improved methods for filtering screen changes that actually do not change anything. New algorithm not only works faster, but it also detects changes much more accurately, leaving less work to encoders. Win32 viewer: A special mode for Unix users has been implemented: when ScrollLock is on, the viewer will send Meta on pressing Alt keys. Win32 server: Fixed a problem with view-only clients that were enabled full control on just opening the Properties dialog of the server.

Win32 server: It should not ever hang any more on changing ports or the LoopbackOnly setting. Win32 server: The problem with not saving Query Settings has been fixed. Win32 server: The polling mode "on event received only" has been fixed - it did not work correctly in previous version. Win32 server: Fixed a number of issues with mouse handling, including that annoying problem with pointer jumping on slow connections. Win32 server: Applied a bugfix from HorizonLive solving the problem with crashes or incorrect operation after color depth changes on the server's desktop.

Win32 viewer: It does not crash any more on entering long passwords in the authentication window. Win32 viewer: Positioning and resizing logic of the viewer window has been improved. Win32 viewer: Now the viewer chooses more reasonable file names for saved. Win32 viewer: In the full-screen mode, the viewer allows other windows to be shown above the remote desktop.

This makes hotkeys such as Shift-Ctrl-Alt-O useful in the full-screen mode. Unix version: A number of bugfixes -- copying clipboard to non-authenticated clients in Xvnc, delayed cursor shape updates in Xvnc, and crashing on switching between KDE virtual desktops in vncviewer. Other changes, see ChangeLog files within the distribution for more details. Version 3. Win32 version: Built-in Java viewer was absent in the previous development version; now it's available again.

Win32 version: Now the server does not crash on remote Ctrl-Alt-Del events, and on changing display modes. Win32 version: A problem with reinstalling the service has been fixed WinVNC -reinstall command-line option. In previous versions, reinstalling the service could fail if a user did not close "Service unregistered" message box within a few seconds. A warning is shown instead. Win32 version: CopyRect handling in the server has been fixed, the CopyRect encoding is enabled again.

Win32 version: The Advanced Properties dialog of the server has been removed. The controls of that dialog has been moved to tabs in the Properties dialog. Win32 version: Context help in the server's Properties dialog has been implemented although not all descriptions are ready yet.

There was some progress on supporting pluggable encryption and authentication methods, in both Win32 and Unix versions, and in the Java viewer. Improved GUI of the viewer featuring toolbar, hotkeys, pre-set connection profiles, more configuration options, context help in dialogs, and more. Finally, the viewer remembers all per-connection and global settings in the registry.

File transfers between viewer and server machines. Support for RFB protocol version 3. A possibility to turn off hooking via VNCHooks. Together with fixing this bug, the whole authentication logic in the server code has been redesigned. This change should solve the problem with unloading the registry on logout, when WinVNC is running as a service.

Win32 version: Problems with "QuerySetting" and "QueryTimeout" options have been fixed -- the settings could be copied from user configuration to default settings without user's intention. Win32 version: A long-standing bug has been fixed -- the logic to handle retries after authentication failures was flawed, and used to delete the same object twice under certain conditions.

Win32 version: Now it's possible to specify port numbers with the winvnc -connect option, using the "host::port" format. Also, providing a -connect option without arguments now brings up the "Add New Client" dialog. Unix version: New "Request refresh" button has been implemented in the viewer's F8 popup menu.

Unix version: New vncpasswd -f command-line option has been implemented. It allows providing passwords on stdin and writes encrypted passwords to stdout. In addition, the password file name "-" now denotes stdout. Finally, a buffer overflow has been fixed in vncpasswd -- it could be caused by a long file name in the command line. Unix version: A patch to fix input focus problems in the X11 viewer has been applied, from Greg Breland.

Unix version: A problem with incorrect port interpretation has been fixed, in the vncviewer's -tunnel option handling. Thanks to Clark Sessions. Java viewer: A modification from Bernd Krueger-Knauber has been accepted, to pass through X keysyms for foreign currencies. Java viewer: The problem with initial keyboard focus not set to the desktop on some JVMs has been fixed.

Now the servers support two passwords -- one to allow full control, another to restrict remote keyboard and mouse input. Win32 version: The password reset problem has been solved. In versions starting from 1. Win32 version: New "-reload" command-line option has been implemented in Win32 server.

It forces the running instance to reload the registry settings. Unix version: New "-x11cursor" option has been implemented in vncviewer; a patch from Peter Astrand. This option allows using a real X11 cursor with Xstyle cursor shape updates, disables the dot cursor, and disables cursor position updates in non-fullscreen mode.

Unix version: New "RunCommand" command to customize the X11 vncviewer popup menu has been implemented; a patch from Peter Astrand. Unix version: Several patches from Debian Linux have been applied. This should fix a number of bugs and improve building on some platforms supported by Debian Linux. New PointerPos encoding and cursor shape updates both minimize bandwidth requirements and greatly improve responsiveness of the mouse pointer, while still allow to track correct pointer position in all situations.

Unix and Win32 versions: In all the places where display numbers had to be used, now it's easy to use port numbers as well. The viewers now allow to use new "hostname::port" syntax, in addition to the traditional "hostname:display" format.

The same new syntax can be used in the "Add new client" dialog of Win32 server. In the server, now it's equally easy to set display and port numbers. This improves bandwidth usage while the image quality remains satisfactory in most cases. In clients, JPEG compression is now enabled by default, because usually it's a reasonable choice.

To prevent viewers from requesting JPEG compression, new -nojpeg option can be used. Win32 version: Major enhancements in layout and functionality of the dialog boxes. The viewer now accepts a port number after the -listen command-line option, an improvement from RealVNC 3.

Win32 version: Eliminated high CPU usage on the server before sending cursor shape updates. Unix version: Bugfix for Xvnc's -localhost and -interface options that were broken on many systems, thanks to Luke Mewburn for the bugfix. Xvnc -version command-line option is now supported. Tight encoding is now documented in rfbproto.

Java viewer: Implemented new buttons "Login again" and "Close window" near the disconnect or error messages in the applet mode, and introduced new "Offer Relogin" parameter to control this improvement. Thanks to Peter Astrand for the initial version of the "Login again" patch. This will not work in the applet mode, due to Java security restrictions. Java viewer: Extra. Also, an example HTML page has been prepared, to simplify installation under a standalone Web server.

Any single window or any rectangular screen area can be shared instead of the whole screen. The position and dimensions of the shared screen area can be changed dynamically, and client windows will adjust their dimensions on the fly. The user interface to choose shared screen area is very intuitive and easy to use. Screen resolution changes won't cause WinVNC to disconnect clients any more but changes in screen color format still result in disconnects, this will be fixed later.

It's possible to make WinVNC ignore remote inputs when local mouse or keyboard is in use. Remote events will be re-enabled after a specified timeout 3 seconds by default. There may be other changes I forgot to mention. It just re-uses the port if the display number is not set to "Auto". One visible effect of this change is that the delay between starting up and showing the icon is greatly reduced. Unix version: Fixed the bug which prevented the vncpasswd utility from setting correct permissons on the passwd file.

Unix version: Fixed a repeated challenge replay attack vulnerability, bugtraq id Unix version: Improved scrolling in the full-screen mode, modified patch from Ville Herva. Minor cleanups. Win32 version: Enabled remote upgrade in the installation script. Also, the installer will install a copy of the TightVNC Web site, and will create shortcuts to most important documentation pages.

Win32 version: Added support for the NewFBSize pseudo-encoding allowing to change framebuffer geometry on the fly on server's request. Win32 version: The viewer now tries to preserve the size and position of the desktop window after applying new connection options. Unix version: Applied Xvnc -viewonly patch from Ehud Karni.

Unix version: Bug fixed: Xvnc failed to reset compression level and JPEG image quality on reading lists of encodings supported by clients. Unix version: Made the viewer handle XCursor encoding operating on the framebuffer instead of setting new cursors directly in X.

Unix version: Applied a number of porting fixes from Ki Networks, Inc. This feature works only if JVM security manager allows access to the local filesystem, which is usually true only when the viewer is used as a standalone application or if the viewer applet is cryptographically signed. New "Record" button will appear in the button panel if this feature is enabled.

Other minor fixes and cleanups. This should eliminate crashes when using x2vnc and win2vnc client programs. Win32 version: a problem with listening viewer was fixed. Initiating multiple non-shared connections could crash the viewer application. Win32 version: real passwords are never placed into the password text control in the WinVNC Properties dialog any more.

This should prevent grabbing plain-text passwords from that text control. Win32 version: logging on errors was improved to provide better diagnosis for errors, especially for those causing the message "Connection closed" right after authentication. Win32 version: handling of log files was improved.

Win32 version: a problem with reporting error messages in the listening viewer was fixed. Win32 version: reporting incorrect statistics in the Tight encoder was fixed. Unix version: applied patch from Ki Networks, Inc. Unix version: added a possibility to denote standard input with the "-" file name instead of a real password file name. Unix version: fixed a bug causing vncpasswd utility work incorrectly when a file name argument was given in the command line.

Unix version: applied patch to solve keyboard focus problems in the full-screen vncviewer, from Peter Astrand. The patch does not seem to solve all the issues, but definitely makes things better. New grabKeyboard resource was added to control full-screen mode behavior.

Java viewer: new "Show Offline Desktop" parameter was added to make the desktop still visible even after the remote side has closed connection. Terminal Services is 2k server, don't bother trying to find it in 2k pro. Shame, i have Pro on the "client" So no TS for me. Oh, well, i'll live with TightVNC i guess. It's much better then VNC in terms of speed, reliability, and features Look in your windows XP help file to find out how to get it set up.

However, if VNC is acting as bad as you say it is, there's a good chance it's just a symptom of a much larger problem. I use both and have noticed no difference except that Remote Desktop handles weird keystrokes better than VNC. My vote goes to VNC, simply because it's capable of an encrypted session. The tight codec causes updates to occur a lot less frequently than the hextile and copyrect codecs.

See if those perform any better. I believe, but am not certain, that the update interval can be adjusted. You can encrypt some or all of the data being transmitted with TS. Believe me, I've used both extensively, over an internet connection and over a local network. I can give you dozens of examples to back up my claims. The only thing VNC has going for it is platform independency, which is a very nice feature, but not nice enough that I don't drop it for TS whenever I get the chance.

Even over a good dialup there isnt much lag to our terminal server at work. HOBlink works, but of course, it costs money. I agree with marc c. Have you tried a different version? Do you use the viewer? You can also use the ip in your browser like this ip AFAIK, it is. I have a Mbps switch, VNC is quite usable read: no lag between computers. Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor. Janx Spirit. Jackass JoeJoe.

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When I register it as a service, it can connect, but it runs really slow on a local network. Worse then any VNC I've ever tried. If I unregister the service, and try running the server manually, then it doesn't work at all. I'll see the client having established a connection, but as soon as the client finishes typing his password, he just get disconnected.

Add to the bounty at Bountysource. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered:. The poor performance is a known issue unfortunately. It has something to do with the hooks not working properly when WinVNC and the application are running as different users.

If you switch to polling mode then it usually works better. Sorry, something went wrong. I wasn't aware it was a regression on our side. That helps, thanks. But the major issue is that we do not have anyone spending time looking at WinVNC. Ever since I upgraded to Windows 8. I tried RealVNC, and while that is a tiny bit faster, it's still too slow to be of use to me. Just found this bug report and wanted to mention that we also noticed the slowness when installing 1.

With regards the comment from calestyo regarding downgrading not fixing the problem, I seem to recall at one point there may have been an issue with the services not being properly removed during uninstallation. As the service names between 1. With regards the comment from 8th April regarding not having anyone looking at WinVNC - is this still the case? TigerVNC is still pretty much just Cendio and bphinz.

Neither of us has any interest in the Windows server. So someone who actually uses the thing would be very welcome in the project. Well, that's too bad. RealVNC has prohibitively expensive prices per desktop, unfortunately. Same issue hear. And I change the capture method from hook to poll make it slightly faster. You could try adding bounties to this issue and see if it attracts some attention from a new developer.

RealVNC went proprietary protocol and implementation many years ago and as such they are not really a part of the VNC community. We never really started. To a large extent it's been untouched since RealVNC wrote it. Please forgive me for "off-topic", but i write here because there where two previous posts here with same type question. I just found tigervnc and love it, thanks! I have it on linux, as server and client, but for when i need to give remote-support to a family windows-user, then would I be better of installing some other server than tigervnc at there end, because it's not really looked into and "for a large extent it's been untouched since RealVNC wrote it"?

I was thinking of installing tightvnc server on the win machine, as that is rewritten for windows and "looked into" by the devs, but I then am uncertain if I loose some optimization from using tigervnc only as client but not server, e.

Also, does tigervnc's windows server support the desktop duplication api of windows 8 and newer windows versions? It's supposed to give much faster screen-updates and is implemented in e. No, that is not something we've looked at. However it seems to fit what we need quite nicely. But the main problem is still finding a developer willing to work on it.

Thanks alot CendioOssman for the reply, much appreciated! Hey there. Thus I believe I'll spend this week bringing Winvnc into the 21st millenium by writing new Mirror Drivers and Duplication SDisplayCore implementations, possibly lifting bits and pieces from Freerdp's Windows server implementation. But different ones, at least in names. I mean, if there is "one VNC community" but it has few Windows-interested developers - why dissipate forces? All Windows VNC servers are to some degree forks of one another.

Then their requirements for mirror driver should be very similar, or maybe identical. Why not making One True Windows VNC driver, when you all clearly do not have enough hands to make half-dozen of per-fork drivers? But seems they are defunct since Just curious, does anyone use TightVNC at all? I used to 10 years ago. I don't use any form of VNC anymore. We've got it installed across the site so we can access computers remotely.

Set so connecting requires a password. We use Impero here, but I'd be using something like Veyon for a free solution. It's quite odd. Only for troubleshooting, or verifying a new layout of the menu. I vote for ultravnc.

Originally Posted by Protec. At home, extensively. I wouldn't use VNC due data in transit isn't encrypted. Still use VNC here for remote pC viewing and photocopier screen viewing. All locked down so that only my workstation IP can connect to the clients, keeping it secure from prying eyes. Originally Posted by mhaddock. Same, with our RM network. Except I did NOT know you could use it for photocopier screen viewing?

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