VNC Viewer Plus 1.2.11


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VNC Viewer Plus 1.2.11 | 3.4 Mb
VNC® Viewer Plus is the result of our unique collaboration with Intel that gives you VNC server technology directly embedded onto the chipset of Intel Core vPro computers with Intel AMT versions 6 through 11, for 'lights out' maintenance and diagnosis and repair of complex OS and boot failures. All the Intel AMT computer needs is a functioning network card and trickle power from a plug socket or battery. (Please note that Intel AMT version 12 is not currently supported.)

Still a standard VNC viewer
As soon as the Intel AMT computer is booted through to the login screen of a functioning operating system, VNC® Viewer Plus gives you uninterrupted visual control of the desktop in the standard way for a VNC viewer.

Note: VNC Viewer Plus is not compatible with VNC Connect, and cannot connect using the RealVNC cloud service.

Low cost of ownership
A one-off licensing fee provides perpetual connectivity, with no hidden costs; connect as many times as you like, for as long as you need. You also get unlimited technical support and software updates for one year, a service you can renew for a competitive fee.

Remote reboot, power management and image mounting
VNC® Viewer Plus can stay connected while rebooting so you can watch the boot sequence or configure the BIOS, remotely power the computer on and off to conserve energy, and share installation media in order to boot a new or repair an existing operating system from afar.

Completely secure
Take advantage of the security features built-in to Intel AMT out-of-the-box. With additional configuration, you can encrypt connections using TLS or Mutual TLS to defend against connection snooping, man-in-the-middle attacks, and packet-tampering.

Operating System: Windows 7, 8/8.1, 10 and Server 2008 R2, 2012, 2012 R2, 2016

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