VNETWhy are u using a Mac to administer PC's???
SADAsystemsI think that must be a violation of some international law... somewhere...
This enables you to remotely control VNC clients from the Kaseya web interface. Do you have Wine installed? This will probably work faster if it's already setup.
1. Install ies4linux:
2. Test IE connection to Kaseya server
You may have to trust the site (if using SSL), enable pop-ups, . etc. I can't remember all the bloat associated with IE so this might be some trial and error on your part. I bumped into how Kaseya's ActiveX worked: IE through Wine opening these ports that could be seen by running a couple of #netstat --inet while ie6 was running. Running the same command is a good way to make sure IE/ActiveX is talking to the Kaseya server correctly.
3. Install realvnc
We're using the default WinVNC on agents and I haven't tested this with KVNC
(although the concept is the same).
4. # vncviewer -listen
VNC should open up local ports for incoming connections (on 127.0.0.1).
5. Start Remote Control of an agent from Kaseya
You should see some handshaking on the terminal and then the remote window
justin4dtiI wrote a little howto on how to get remote control working from Linux, and this should work from Mac (>=OSX). Why? Because smart(*ss) people only use BSD or Linux Yea, watch out Winblows.
You just need to compile/install realvnc and ie6. This is done for Linux via Wine and should be less of a problem with the Mac version of IE. Let me know if this works for OSX (because I don't have one around to test):
it's a windows only thing