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I came across a fix/workaround by Ray Rajko Bogdanovic's reply. Ray suggested to use the On-Screen Keyboard. Follow the steps below to toggle the Caps Lock status: Press Windows key and type keyboard. Click Caps Lock (on On-Screen Keyboard) to toggle the status. Close On-Screen keyboard software. This should work for other keys as well.


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I believe this can be achieved by changing the "Displaydevice" option in Real VNCViewer. Refer how to do this


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If possible. Ask someone at the location to install no-ip or similar so that you have a dns that autoupdates to the servers ip. That way you can minimize the risk that you have the wrong ip. You can also try an open port tool to see if the port really is open to the internet. http://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/open-ports/


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A PuTTY session left idle will disconnect at a time determined by the host server. Try enabling keep-alives in PuTTY. This causes PuTTY to send null SSH packets to the remote host periodically, preventing the session from timing out. The PuTTY client can be configured to always establish a connection which will not time out due to inactivity. To create and ...


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You were idle longer than the session timeout on the remote device, so it closed the session and PuTTy wasn't expecting it.


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Scrolling through a VNC or emulation program doesn't work like you'd assume. Because iOS recognizes touch events, you have to actually click your mouse on the VNC window and drag, as if you were touching the screen with your finger.


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Just a quick update why your port falls outside that port range - When a vncserver is started, your assigned port number is 5900 + N, where N is the returned VNC server number. Example: vncserver New 'localhost:1' desktop is localhost:1 In that case your port will be 5901. In your example, your server is using 5912, which is outside of your port range.


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For VNC access I have used RealVNC wich is very easy to setup and use. Install the server on the destination computer and a client on your own. I think you have to buy the software, but it is relatively inexpensive. There are other options such as http://www.teamviewer.com/ or others wich can be used (to some extend) for free. A thing to be aware of when ...



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