Mass Change vnc Passwords

Mass Change VNC Passwords

Bozteck VENM Remote Desktop Manager allows you to mass change VNC passwords or Windows authentication settings on remote computers over the network.  This article will walk you through changing the VNC authentication on a remote computer on the LAN running UltraVNC with Windows Authentication enabled.  The process is very similar if you are setting the Read more about Mass Change VNC Passwords[…]

Deploy UltraVNC with Windows Login and Encryption

Deploy UltraVNC with Windows Login and Encryption

Deploy UltraVNC with Windows Login and Encryption This article will walk you through the process of deploying UltraVNC silently to your workstations and servers.  We will also cover the simple process of enabling SecureVNC encryption and windows login. This article uses version 2016.5.4 of Bozteck VENM Remote Desktop Manager. First, we will create a deployment Read more about Deploy UltraVNC with Windows Login and Encryption[…]

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RDP Tabbed View Changes in VENM 2016.5.1

Bozteck VENM Remote Desktop Manager has introduced a few significant changes in the RDP tabs in version 2016.5.1.  Below, you will see an overview of each of them. Close Tab When Logging Off You can now select this check box in the main program preferences to tell VENM that you’d like the selected RDP tab Read more about RDP Tabbed View Changes in VENM 2016.5.1[…]

Bozteck VENM Remote Desktop Manager – Getting Started

This video tutorial video introduces you to Bozteck VENM Remote Desktop Manager.   You will learn how to: Download and install VENM on Windows Server 2012 R2 Configure administrative login Create and edit management groups Import computers from Active Directory Configure the network IP scanner Bozteck VENM is a powerful Remote Desktop and Systems Management Read more about Bozteck VENM Remote Desktop Manager – Getting Started[…]

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VNC, PSEXEC and Antivirus False Positives

Overview Understandably, many antivirus and desktop security programs flag remote administration software such as VNC, PSEXEC, and VENM as possible malware due to their ability to remotely run programs over the network and remote control desktops. Bozteck VENM Remote Desktop Manager is developed in a very sterile isolated environment and every component that is included Read more about VNC, PSEXEC and Antivirus False Positives[…]

VENM 2014.12.16 Deploys UltraVNC 1.2.0.4

The latest version 2014.12.16 now deploys UltraVNC 1.2.0.4 to computers using our easy VNC deployment tool that is built right into the VENM Console. If you are running an earlier build of VNCScan, you will want to upgrade to this release as there has been many security and performance upgrades in this build of UltraVNC. Read more about VENM 2014.12.16 Deploys UltraVNC 1.2.0.4[…]

UltraVNC Updated to 1.2.0.4

The latest version of Bozteck VENM Console now deploys and connects with the latest UltraVNC 1.2.0.4.  The VNC deployment tool makes it very easy to deploy the latest version of UlrtaVNC across all of the computers on your network with only a few easy clicks. If you have already created a deployment profile for a Read more about UltraVNC Updated to 1.2.0.4[…]

UltraVNC Deployment 1.2.0.1

Starting with Bozteck VNCScan version 2014.8.25, you can now remotely deploy the latest UltraVNC server version 1.2.0.1 to your servers and desktops.  In addition, the VNCScan console now uses the latest UltraVNC viewer by default. You do not need to change anything with your existing UltraVNC deployment profiles for this to work.  Simply re-deploy UltraVNC Read more about UltraVNC Deployment 1.2.0.1[…]

Are UltraVNC and RealVNC Potentially Harmful?

If you’ve installed UltraVNC, RealVNC, or VNCScan lately, you were likely greeted with this scary window: Microsoft has made great strides in security since the original release of Windows XP.  In later service packs, they turned the firewall on by default, built security measures into Internet Explorer, and disabled unneeded services. More recently, Microsoft released Read more about Are UltraVNC and RealVNC Potentially Harmful?[…]