The latest version of Bozteck VNCScan can deploy UltraVNC 1.1.8 to computers on your network running Windows 8. To accomplish this, we’ve added a new version in your list of profiles named “UltraVNC 1.1.8”.
The UltraVNC 1.1.8 version was specifically designed for Windows 8 so it should not be deployed to Windows 7 or earlier. For those version, you could follow the same steps in this article but choose “UltraVNC” instead.
Step 1 – Create A Profile
- From the main program window, choose “VNC Deployment Editor”
- In the Bozteck VNC Deployment Profile Selector, click the “New Profile” button.
- In the Bozteck VNC Deployment Profile Editor, give the profile a descriptive name, select UltraVNC 1.1.8 from the dropdown shown below and set the server password that you would like with this deployment profile.
- If you would like to add encryption or include Windows authentication with this deployment package, you can do so under the “UltraVNC Settings” tab.
- Press “Save” and close back to the main VENM Console window
Step 2 – Deploy Your Profile
- If there are already computers in a managed group, you can select one or more. If this is a fresh install of VNCScan, you can either fill a managed group with computers from a scan or you can add computers manually from the deployment tool. Either way, you would click on “Deploy VNC” to get started.
- Make sure that the desktop firewall is OFF on the remote computer. Firewalls will prevent the console from connecting to the LAN computer to deploy UltraVNC.
- In the “Bozteck Deployment Tool”, add the computer(s) that you are deploying to and fill out any other information that is pertinent to your environment.
- Press the “Deploy” button
- First, the script will remove any existing version of VNC from the computer and then it will deploy the new version.