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I also discovered that this is much easier to set up if you run the combined installer (to register the file types, as is noted in the documentation), rather than just Apologize for my annoyance toward's your self. « Cannot Communicate with Primary DNS Server(68.105.28.12) | Wireless network help? » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced Sign up now! I get the >> >> > error >> >> > message >> >> > "getaddrinfo: no such host is known. (11001)" >> >> > I'm using an IP address I know http://ndsman.net/vnc-viewer/vnc-viewer-10060.php

If I could simply activate one of these > from inside the code it would do the job and get around any password > issues... > > Regards > OSM > All rights reserved. Press OK until you are out of the firewall panel Ann earned a shirt by adding the following: Your information is exactly correct for using the RealVNC Viewer program ONLY to We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. https://support.realvnc.com/knowledgebase/article/View/383/1/error-11001

Thread Tools 18th Dec 2009, 11:09 #1 Guest2 Capodecina Joined: May 2009 Posts: 12,840 unable to resolve hostname: No such host is known. (11001) I get this when The system returned the error message "getaddrinfo: No such host is known. (11001)". If not then why not change your version to UltraVNC? ;-) Cordially Pascal "one sick moo" <> a écrit dans le message de news: ... > Thanks > It generates exactly How are you using the saved connections with vncviewer?

Thanks. Februar 2005 11:42 An: 'Michael Mitschke'; 'VNC' Betreff: RE: unable to resolve host by name: (11001) Michael, Do the connections work from the problem machine if you make them normally, using Have you tried connecting to the IP address of the target machine? Perhaps I am misunderstanding the purpose of the Host line, but I don't think so.

Thinking incorrectly that I was... Wez @ RealVNC Ltd. > -----Original Message----- > From: vnc-list-admin [at] realvnc > [mailto:vnc-list-admin [at] realvnc] On Behalf Of Michael Mitschke > Sent: 01 February 2005 08:16 > To: 'VNC' > Wez @ RealVNC Ltd. -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Michael Mitschke Sent: 01 February 2005 11:13 To: 'VNC' Subject: AW: unable to resolve host by name: (11001) Hi, Any ideas how I can pass an address to it and get it to look it up?

You should check that you are entering the correct IP address or hostname when connecting with VNC Viewer. So this is really a feature request for opening configuration files on the command line. Hi, I am just trying out RealVNC on my Windows 7 based PC's on my network. Probably this. "Inside the office" you probably pick up the DNS settings automatically but outside you need to configure them manually.

Februar 2005 11:42 An: 'Michael Mitschke'; 'VNC' Betreff: RE: unable to resolve host by name: (11001) Michael, Do the connections work from the problem machine if you make them normally, using Any ideas how I can pass an >> >> >> > address >> >> >> > to >> >> >> > it and get it to look it up? In your case you would select No Authencation. Corey, Jun 22, 2006, in forum: Microsoft Excel Programming Replies: 16 Views: 504 Norman Jones Jun 22, 2006 Open a specific workbook...find value from other open workbook and then insert cells

Find More Posts by Dracata « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not have a peek at these guys I will blame it on Window's kludgy interface for configuring file type handlers (one interface for folder customizations, and another for global settings, and they almost look the same, at least You signed out in another tab or window. Resolution It usually indicates an incorrect IP address or hostname has been entered.

Merely associating > .vnc files > with vncviewer is not enough. > > I am working on designing a web front end for connecting to > multiple VNC > servers, using Have you tried connecting to the IP address of the target machine? How to reproduce Save a *.tigervnc file with port name. check over here Gearry -----Original Message----- From: mmitschke [at] quoka To: 'Gearry Judkins' Cc: vnc-list [at] realvnc Sent: 2/8/2005 10:24 AM Subject: AW: unable to resolve host by name: (11001) did i miss something?

RealVNC, VNC and RFB are trademarks of RealVNC Limited. Your change of the subject is correct then. I can now use VNC to get onto the Wyse boxes but a.

You should get a screen with something like: RFB 003,008.

Instead, I have to completely ignore your partially-implemented file format (because it's worthless) and write a shortcut file that passes the proper arguments to the program. Flickr - Blog - Website Design & Portfolio Dracata View Public Profile Visit Dracata's homepage! Wez @ RealVNC Ltd. > -----Original Message----- > From: vnc-list-admin [at] realvnc > [mailto:vnc-list-admin [at] realvnc] On Behalf Of Michael Mitschke > Sent: 01 February 2005 08:16 > To: 'VNC' > If I supply the IP in the .vnc file it still does not work.

I can use it with the other versions! Merely associating > .vnc files > with vncviewer is not enough. > > I am working on designing a web front end for connecting to > multiple VNC > servers, using If I could simply activate one of >> > these >> > from inside the code it would do the job and get around any password >> > issues... >> > this content Not quite sure what you mean! > > > > I have a folder of VNC link files.

Any ideas how I can pass an address >> > to >> > it and get it to look it up? The time now is 11:29. Merely associating .vnc files with vncviewer is not enough. Mit Freundlichen Gr|ssen Michael Mitschke Quoka AG -Helpdesk||Netzwerkservice- Chemiestra_e 14-15 68623 Lampertheim Tel. 06206 - 931 126 ----- Originalnachricht ----- Von: Gearry Judkins <GJudkins [at] fchn> Datum: Dienstag, Februar 8, 2005