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VNC will not work if these are used in XP.all of themPost by B. i was thinkin; that maybe there are a permanent solution. Crafta.com wrote: Hi, other of my RealVNC servers is ouputting this error when trying to connect to it from the RealVNC client, how can I fix it? I get the following error SelectObject to CompatibleDC failed: The operation completed successfully. (0) I have successfully tested the connection with both computers in the one location (still using dialup and his comment is here

All rights reserved. Solved VNC connection failling Posted on 2010-07-12 Remote Access MS Legacy OS 1 Verified Solution 2 Comments 1,539 Views Last Modified: 2013-11-30 I am trying to connect to a window xp When I enter the password and click OK, I get the error displayed on the screen in a standard Windows (VB like) error box. Hope someone has a solution. This Site

B. Same result on 3 different systems. My Viewer is a WinME system; my server is a WinXP Pro. At least, with my test XP Pro which isn't inside a domain:when there's already an RDP session and when I start a VNC session, theRDP session is dropped immediately.

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Someone has either used RemoteDesktop (RDP) to access the PC, or they are using Fast User Switching(FUS). User of web Forum. Scott Smith wrote: Is the VNC server running on XP Pro? why not find out more User of web Forum.

At least, with my test XP Pro which isn't inside a domain: when there's already an RDP session and when I start a VNC session, the RDP session is dropped immediately. I've also had great luck using www.showmypc.com 0 Featured Post Highfive + Dolby Voice = No More Audio Complaints! Privacy Policy Site Map Support Terms of Use Re: SelectObject to CompatibleDC failed: The operation completed successfully. (0) 2007-01-19 Thread Seak Yes, in some situations RDP can cohabit with VNC without Scott Smith 2007-01-19 00:58:01 UTC B.

i was thinkin; that maybe there are a >> permanent solution. >> Thanks! >> Do you have a comment on my other post? >> >> Thanks! >> >> B. Regards ___ VNC-List mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] To remove yourself from the list visit: http://www.realvnc.com/mailman/listinfo/vnc-list ___ VNC-List mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] To remove yourself from the list visit: http://www.realvnc.com/mailman/listinfo/vnc-list ___ VNC-List I haven't been able to figure out quite what the combination is (everything in VNC is at the default setting, no parameter settinfs like you have) but I know I get Covered by US Patent.

Crafta.comHi, other of my RealVNC servers is ouputting this error when tryingto connect to it from the RealVNC client, how can I fix it?VNC Viewer : Information-------------------------------SelectObject to CompatibleDC failed: The http://digitalfishbowl.net/vnc-viewer/vnc-viewer-error-10055.html Scott Smith wrote: I *wish* there was a solution... (I'll look for your other post) User of web Forum. It worths notice that FUS isn'tused in this test computer.I haven't got the time to test FUS and VNC though.Post by B. Someone has either used Remote Desktop (RDP) to access the PC, or they are using Fast User Switching (FUS).

Crafta.com wrote: >>> Hi, other of my RealVNC servers is ouputting this error when trying >>> to connect to it from the RealVNC client, how can I fix it? >>> >>> The desktop is cabled. > I get the following error SelectObject to CompatibleDC > failed: The operation completed successfully. (0) > > I have successfully tested the connection with both computers Thanks! weblink Cheers, Wez @ RealVNC Ltd. > -----Original Message----- > From: vnc-list-admin [at] realvnc > [mailto:vnc-list-admin [at] realvnc] On Behalf Of Alan Watchorn > Sent: 14 September 2004 01:38 > To: VNC

Thanks! My temporary workaround is to reboot the server machine. User of web Forum.

This error box comes up because the computer that you are trying to connect to has hibernation and/or the windows firewall or a firewall is on blocking the VNC port 5900.

Could it be that xp home doesn't really disable remote desktop even though I've cleared the 'let others remotely connect to my computer' option? Someone has either used Remote Desktop (RDP) to access the PC, or they are using Fast User Switching (FUS). The parameter is incorrect" - (connects okay to computer but error happens during authentication). Log In The error box that comes up after you try and log in.

Or could there be another related problem? The VNC Viewer on WinME appears to connect okay and goes to the next screen which requests the Username and Password. Use one or the other (they both perform the same function but Remote Desktop supports remote printing). check over here Regards Pete ___ VNC-List mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] To remove yourself from the list visit: http://www.realvnc.com/mailman/listinfo/vnc-list ___ VNC-List mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] To remove yourself from the list visit: http://www.realvnc.com/mailman/listinfo/vnc-list RE:

At least, with my test XP Pro which isn't inside a domain: when there's already an RDP session and when I start a VNC session, the RDP session is dropped immediately. Scott SmithI suspect if you reboot, it will work. The desktop is cabled. The WinME system connects to the WinXP Pro system via a VPN over the Internet (just so you know but I don't think it has any bearing on the error).

com> Date: 2004-12-31 3:19:19 Message-ID: BAY16-F39A78EA1B3AE655A5348CDBC9D0 () phx ! It worths notice that FUS isn't used in this test computer. I am getting the following error: "SelectObject to compatibleDC failed. Alan Watchorn alan [at] eshelmanappraisals (760) 692-4300 -----Original Message----- From: vnc-list-admin [at] realvnc [mailto:vnc-list-admin [at] realvnc]On Behalf Of richardhealy [at] optusnet Sent: Monday, September 13, 2004 3:20 PM To: vnc-list [at]