PocketCloud Windows Companion 2.5.13 has builtin TightVNC server on port 28790?
How come Wyse doesn't tell us that Wyseremoteaccess.exe service is actually a TightVNC server and you can setup a Remote Shadowing VNC session using Windows user name/password?
The PC even show up in Discovered Connections list.
No need for 3rd party VNC server.
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That is correct, remote shadowing is not available AS IS with non Home versions of Windows (that do not have RDP capability). You will be asked for a password if the 3rd party VNC option is enabled within the companion. What you will need to do is install the TightVNC client to set a VNC password so you can connect.
Download TightVNC here:
After that is done, set a VNC password and make sure the port matches within TightVNC and in the companion.
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I am a newby and am having a tough go of this stuff. Everything was working fine until I rebooted my pc and my android. Then from the Discovered Connections I click that pc and it asks me to enter username and password. I enter the only ones I've been using and it says 'Invalid Credentials'. I've seen the link for all this credentials stuff but I don't know if I need windows, or google, or what. I cleared all the pocketcloud data and force stopped it. Then opening it up it asked for VNC, etc. Why would it do that if I am connecting thru gmail? Do I need both to sign into google and use VNC? Anyhow I filled all that out and now I have both Discovered connections and Manual connections on 'My Computers'. I am really not understanding what is going on here. Also, do I need TightVNC running if I'm using Discovered connections? Thanks, Scott