Hi, I very like vnc2me sc and I want use it in my network, but I have a problem with user rights, because when I run it from an host with limited user session, it ask me computer's username and password to run the program.
The problem there probably actually lies with the packaging method used. 7zip self extractors, Winzip self extractors and WinRAR self extractors all have the same problem in windows 7 ... they require admin priviledges to run (which is painful to say the least).
Is the problem your experiencing with windows 7 ? If it is, then a way around this is to use the packager that i have created for use with scprompt, which uses nsis to package the app.
although i am not 100% sure that the app itself doesn't require admin to run ... hmmm let me check on that for you.
Found the problem, the old versions of VNC2Me SC contain code that requires administrator rights to run. I have updated this to look if the person is part of the administrator group, if found to be, then the app is re-run with admin rights (for better results in Vista & 7).
Im in the process of fine tuning this code (after merging most of SCPrompt and VNC2Me sources together). when i have tested that this is working thoroughly, and debuged as best i can, i will release an updated version (has been nearly 2 years after all).
The new version will contain a few tools which allow:
1) the remote user to draw on the screen of the person being supported;
2) the remote computer screen to flash green/red alternating and sound an alert.
3) Download and extract of the UVNC Mirror drivers
there is an updated VNC2Me SC with the following updates:
Disclaimer GUI (edit disclaimer_*language*.htm) or remove file for no GUI
Tools menu on tray icon which allows for easy download of UVNC Drivers, a Beacon GUI and draw on screen (needs updating for Win_7)
Builder only works for NSIS script at present, i have broken something ... working on it still.