操作系統要求： XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / 8.1 / Windows 10 / Server 2008 R2 / Server 2012 R2 / Server 2016
VNC Connect 6.3.2 released
This is a release of VNC Server and supporting programs for installation on remote computers you want to control.
- NEW: Provide a comprehensive multi-factor authentication scheme for Mac and Linux computers using interactive system authentication to integrate with your choice of PAM authentication modules.
- NEW: Blank the screens of Windows 8 and 10 computers in addition to Windows 7 and earlier computers. Note screen blanking is only likely to be effective for monitors attached to desktop computers, and not laptop displays. Test your system in advance using the tool provided on VNC Server’s Options > Privacy page. More information.
- Remove a computer from your team (that is, prevent discovery by RealVNC’s cloud service) at the command line using
-leavecloud. More information.
- Specify a friendly name for a computer whilst adding it to your team at the command line using
-joinname. More information.
- FIXED: Connecting users supplying Active Directory credentials should find authenticating to VNC Server on Windows is quicker.
- FIXED: VNC Server is now more integrated with LDAP when the smartcard/certificate store authentication scheme is selected.
- FIXED: Users should experience fewer blank screens when connected to Windows computers with the screen saver enabled, or Intel Ready Mode Technology installed.
- FIXED: Connected users with a left-hand mouse or with mouse buttons switched can now interact remotely in the expected way.
FIXED: Active Directory user accounts with no expiry date can now be used to authenticate to VNC Server using single sign-on (SSO)
FIXED: VNC Server’s Information Center dialog no longer shows an erroneous error message when the legacy SecurityTypes parameter is set to a value other than <auto> (this may affect users upgrading from VNC 5.x).
FIXED: VNC Server in Virtual Mode (Xvnc) no longer crashes due to a bug in the X11 render extension.
NEW: VNC Server supports multi-factor authentication. Choose a scheme based on X.509 digital certificates stored on pluggable smartcards/authentication tokens or in certificate stores, or a RADIUS server implementation from an identity management provider such as RSA SecurID or Duo. Alternatively, create a custom scheme containing as many factors as you need.
NEW: Conveniently assign discovery permissions to computers in your RealVNC account by creating groups of people and computers. Restricting discovery improves security, and helps team members reduce the number of computers they interact with in VNC Viewer.
NEW: Organize computers in VNC Viewer using labels. Right-click on the address book to create a new label, or assign a label to a computer on its Properties page.
NEW: Display a details view of computers VNC Viewer instead of a screenshot icon view, and sort by name, last connected time, and label.
More intuitive scaling options for the remote computer desktop are now available from VNC Viewer’s Properties page.
VNC Server now prompts you to send anonymous usage data to RealVNC, to help improve the user experience. You can opt out on VNC Server’s Options > Privacy page.
The VNC Server in Virtual Mode daemon now fully supports persistent virtual desktops. The ConnectToExisting parameter no longer requires an underscore (denoting a beta feature).
FIXED: Your computer now recovers automatically if it wrongly reports that it has been cloned.
NEW: VNC Connect is available for Raspberry Pi. It is included with Raspbian, and pre-licensed to offer both cloud and direct connectivity to Home subscribers.
NEW: VNC Viewer has a medium setting for the picture quality of a remote desktop, to complement high and low. By default, the picture quality is automatically adjusted to suit the speed of the network.
VNC Connect is available in French, German, and Spanish again. The appropriate language for the desktop of each user is automatically selected. This can be changed (if required) using the Locale parameter.
NEW: VNC has a new brand name, VNC Connect. VNC Server and VNC Viewer have new brand colors, icons and logos.
NEW: VNC Connect is licensed by annual subscription rather than perpetual license key. When a paid Professional or Enterprise subscription expires, remote access stops. If you’re an existing, entitled VNC 5.x customer, you can automatically upgrade to a new Enterprise subscription.
NEW: Establish secure, seamless, reliable cloud connections from VNC Viewer to VNC Server. If you have an Enterprise subscription, this can be as well as, or instead of, traditional direct connections.
NEW: Invite people in to your team to quickly share remote access, and manage computers, subscriptions, renewals and payment methods much more conveniently online using your RealVNC account.
NEW: Sign in to VNC Viewer with your RealVNC account credentials to backup and sync your address book between all your desktop and mobile devices.
NEW: VNC Address Book is integrated into VNC Viewer, so everything is accessible from one place. Use File > Import connections to transfer VNC 5.x connections in from VNC Address Book, or from a directory of .vnc files.
NEW: VNC Viewer can remember remote access credentials so you don’t have to enter them each time. Note under Linux we additionally recommend setting a master password for VNC Viewer; see below. Learn how passwords are stored.
NEW: Use File > Preferences > Privacy to set a master password to protect VNC Viewer from unauthorized use.
NEW: Save desktop previews for connections (that is, screenshots in thumbnail form) to make VNC Viewer more intuitive to use.
NEW: Give connections friendly names.
NEW: Quickly forget sensitive data such as passwords and desktop previews if VNC Viewer is running on a shared computer.
NEW: If you start VNC Viewer and simultaneously establish a direct connection at the command line, use the -useaddressbook flag to integrate with your address book, for example vncviewer -useaddressbook 192.168.1.99:65. If the connection is to a known computer, stored settings are applied. If the connection is to a new computer, it is added to your address book.
NEW: Configure the rate at which a desktop is panned when in full screen mode using the BumpScrollSpeed VNC Viewer parameter.
VNC Server now needs an Enterprise subscription in order to run in User Mode or Virtual Mode. Only direct connectivity is available in these modes.
VNC Viewer now sets File > Preferences > Proxy to the system proxy server by default, rather than to no proxy server.
VNC Deployment Tool and VNC Viewer for Java are no longer supported.
NEW: Support for Windows Server 2016. Full supported platforms list.
VNC Connect 服务端：
VNC Connect for Windows： https://www.realvnc.com/download/file/vnc.files/VNC-Server-6.3.2-Windows.exe
VNC Connect for Mac： https://www.realvnc.com/download/file/vnc.files/VNC-Server-6.3.2-MacOSX-x86_64.pkg
VNC Connect for Linux： https://www.realvnc.com/en/connect/download/vnc/linux/
VNC Viewer 客户端：
VNC Viewer for Windows：https://www.realvnc.com/download/file/viewer.files/VNC-Viewer-6.18.907-Windows.exe
VNC Viewer for Linux：https://www.realvnc.com/en/connect/download/viewer/linux/