I'm looking for a good vnc client. I had some problems with RealVNC (mostly unexpectedly and randomly losing its connection), and am now looking into TightVNC. Does anyone have any personal preferences?

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Last Post by alc6379

Sorry for not seeing this post earlier, but...

TightVNC is just as it says, TIGHT. I use it on my *nix machines. I still use RealVNC on my Windows machines, because the User client accepts incoming connections, allowing me to have user-initated sessions that work across their firewalls :cool: I didn't see that option in TightVNC, though I didn't look very hard. Other than that, TightVNC works really well-- I've never had any reliability issues with it (never had any with RealVNC either, but obviously YMMV).

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