How to create a VNC connection using Thinfinity Remote Desktop

Follow these stps to create a VNC connection using Thinfinity Remote Desktop:

1. Once your VNC server (in this case TightVNC) is installed, on the intended destination to which to connect via Thinfinity. You can leave all the settings as default.
On the TightVNC Main manager, you can add for example a password for your new connection:

How to create a VNC connection using Thinfinity Remote Desktop Server

2. Now you can go to your server and Enter the Thinfinity Remote Desktop Server Manager. Go to the Access Profiles tab, then click on Add and select VNC/RFB like so:
How to create a VNC connection using Thinfinity Remote Desktop Server
3- On the Profile Editor you can choose a name for the connection and then you’ll need to input the IP address of the VNC connection on the Computer field and the Password if it has one:
How to create a VNC connection using Thinfinity Remote Desktop Server
4. Click on Ok then Apply and finally Close
5. Restart the Thinfinity Remote Desktop services by going to Start > Run > services.msc
6. Go to the Remote Desktop Server landing page and open the VNC connection that you’ve just created.
And that’s it, you are now able to connect to a VNC connection using Remote Desktop Server.
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