RealVNC 4.2.8 Enterprise Edition - remote control solution.
VNC (Virtual Network Computing) - software makes it possible to view and fully-interact with one computer from any other computer or mobile device anywhere on the Internet. VNC software is cross-platform, allowing remote control between different types of computer. For ultimate simplicity, there is even a Java viewer, so that any desktop can be controlled remotely from within a browser without having to install software.
VNC has a wide range of applications including system administration, IT support and helpdesks. It can also be used to support the mobile user, both for hot desking within the enterprise and also to provide remote access at home, or on the road. The system allows several connections to the same desktop, providing an invaluable tool for collaborative or shared working in the workplace or classroom. Computer support within the geographically spread family is an ever popular use.
RealVNC v.4.2.8 Enterprise Edition - is an enhanced version of the industry-standard VNC, developed for use in corporate environments and across the Internet. Designed and built from the ground up by the original inventors of VNC, Enterprise Edition provides robust and easily-administered security with a minimum of fuss.
The core Enterprise Edition features, common across all supported platforms, are as follows.
-Integrated Session Security provides protection from connection snooping, man-in-the-middle attacks and packet-tampering attacks, to name but a few. Server Authentication uses 2048-bit RSA keys to verify identity. Viewer Authentication supports both usernames and passwords of up to 256 characters each. Secure Communication with 128-bit AES—the experts' choice for high performance encryption.
- Platform-Native Authentication removes the need for separate VNC and system passwords. Users can access their desktops using the same credentials with which they log on to the system.
- One-Port HTTP & VNC allows VNC Server to serve VNC Viewer for Java and VNC sessions through a single TCP port, simplifying NAT and firewall configuration.