RequirementsWindows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
Date addedJun 20, 2018
VNC Connect (previously RealVNC) lets you remotely control and access your computers from a different pc or mobile device, where you're on the planet. It's used by individuals and from organizations across every market sector for a range of various use cases, such as supplying IT desktop service to coworkers and friends, and also obtaining services and systems on the transfer. Latest version includes the VNC Link viewer and server. Opt for the VNC Link subscription that satisfies your business requirements. Professional > Feature-rich and secure remote access for branches and tiny companies. Enterprise > Powerful, adaptable and ultra-secure remote accessibility for your enterprise.
Saving you time, money and much more:
Decrease support call repeat rates, call handling time and on-site travel costs.
Reduce the need for specialized training and documentation for remote support.
Provide engaging, real-time service that improves employee and customer satisfaction.
Anticipate and prevent system failures and the risk associated with on-site service.
Avoid downtime with faster problem identification and resolution.
Support business and compliance objectives with audit and security functionality.
Note: VNC Connect includes VNC Viewer and VNC Server. Limited functionality in the unregistered version
- New: Support for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Note Wayland is not supported, so for VNC Server in Service Mode you must edit the /etc/gdm3/custom.conf file, uncomment WaylandEnable=false, and reboot in order to remotely access the login screen.
- New: If VNC Server is configured to use Smartcard/certificate store authentication, certificates from connecting users are automatically checked for revocation using OCSP, before falling back to CRLs. To use only OCSP, set the LdapCertificateRevocation parameter to EnforceOcsp.
- Under Windows, if VNC Server is configured to use Smartcard/certificate store authentication, certificates from connecting users are now checked against the Enterprise NTAuth store, rather than the Root store.
- If VNC Server is configured to use single sign-on authentication (SSO), connecting domain users with Active Directory accounts in different forests are now checked, providing cross-forest trust relationships are in place.
- Under Windows, if VNC Server in Service Mode is configured to log to file (rather than Windows Event Log), the default destination directory is now C:ProgramDataRealVNC-Service.
- Fixed: Under Linux, VNC Server in Virtual Mode sessions no longer leak audio to local speakers.
- Fixed: Under Windows, the DisplayDevice parameter now recognizes monitors plugged into multiple or discrete graphics cards.