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VNC Deployment Tool

VNC Deployment Tool enables you to quickly deploy VNC with an Enterprise license to multiple Windows computers over a network. You can then remotely license and configure the VNC Server component on these computers, reducing the need for desk-side visits.

Core features are as follows:

  • Fast network scanning—determine the state of VNC deployed on your networks.
  • Deploy to multiple hosts—remotely install the latest version of VNC with an Enterprise license in a single step.
  • One-click license key management—ensure that your deployment continues to work with the most recent version of VNC.
  • Remote VNC Server configuration—change parameters such as who is permitted to connect.
  • Multiple NT domains—administration made easy.

Supported platforms

NT 4, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008, 7,
Server 2008 R2, 8, 8.1 and 10 [x86 & x64]

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  • Resources
    Whether you are an existing user, or are simply trying out the software.
  • Release notes
    For product history, including improvements and modifications.
  • Known issues
    A list of known issues, including workarounds and proposed fixes.
  • Submit a support request
    You can contact Support as a customer of VNC with an Enterprise license.
    • Attention

      We now recommend using our MSIs and platform tools such as Group Policy or SCCM to deploy VNC to Windows computers remotely. Click here for more information.

Licensing information

You do not require a separate license for VNC Deployment Tool, but you do require an Enterprise license valid for each computer on which you intend to install VNC. Note you can use VNC Deployment Tool to upgrade existing VNC Enterprise Edition 4.x installations to VNC, or alternatively to continue to administer VNC Enterprise Edition installations.