Connect from Unix to Windows via ssh and start an applycation which is using the windows display
Habermann, David (DA)
Mon Jan 13 22:15:00 GMT 2003
I would think that the ssh session could programmatically "fire up" any software of interest on the remote server and then VNC could be used to forward the screen interface to the client. Some versions of VNC (e.g. search Google for VDACC, maybe others) even report to be able to forward only a specific application window (not the entire screen).
From: Andrew Markebo [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, January 13, 2003 4:17 PM
Subject: Re: Connect from Unix to Windows via ssh and start an
applycation which is using the windows display
/ Andrew Markebo <email@example.com> wrote:
| Security thingy, basically you can't do this, fire up a graphical
| windows-app remote.
Eh sorry quick answer, didn't think twice when I wrote it, anyone who
have a better explanation?
NT's telnet server, cygwins ssh/telnet-login doesn't give access to
the screen, due to security in the NT services or something?
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