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Windows 7: (iphone) jaadu vnc and remote desktop

12 Dec 2009   #1

windows 7 pro x64
(iphone) jaadu vnc and remote desktop

i used jaadu vnc for the iphone to control realvnc when i had xp. now i have windows 7, which has problems with realvnc. i still want to control my windows 7 machine through my iphone, but this time through windows 7's native remote desktop application.

anyone know how to do this?

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15 Dec 2009   #2

Win 7

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by exc View Post
i used jaadu vnc for the iphone to control realvnc when i had xp. now i have windows 7, which has problems with realvnc.
Here is how you run RealVNC on Win 7:

Start RealVNC installation
Click Next
Accept Terms and Agreements and click Next
Click Next on Destination for Installation
Click Next on Select Components
Click Next on Select Start Menu Folder
Untick Register and configure VNC Server for Service-mode
Untick Start the VNC Server in Service-mode
Click Next
Click Install
Click Next once install is complete
Click Finish
Click on Start > Programs > RealVNC > VNC Server 4 (User-mode) > Run VNC Server
Add Run VNC Server to startup

Right-click on VNC Server and select Options
Under Authentication Click on Configure and set password to your password
Under Connections click Add and enter in the IP address for your iphone
Change firewall and defender
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