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Windows VNC client cannot access due to no security types supported

Posted: 2019/06/06 14:35:16
by ssxitoperations
I enabled VNC through screen sharing in Gnome. I think this runs the vino as the VNC server.

From a Windows computer, I used various VNC clients (e.g. TightVNC, RealVNC, etc.).

All of them return an error message indicating no security types supported.
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Did some research and it seems that vino requires TLS encryption. The workaround is to bypass encryption by disabling it

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gsettings set org.gnome.Vino require-encryption false
I tried that and restarted machine. However, I still get the same error.

Any ideas on how to get VNC working?

Re: Windows VNC client cannot access due to no security types supported

Posted: 2019/06/06 16:24:05
by hunter86_bg
Just install the tigervnc server package and configure it properly.
I prefer to tunnel VNC traffic through ssh.

For details check the documentation

Re: Windows VNC client cannot access due to no security types supported

Posted: 2019/06/12 15:07:15
by ssxitoperations
I followed the instructions in the article.

I was able to configure the VNC server for a single user and can remote into it fine by remoting with [IP of machine}:[display number]

However, I wanted to setup VNC based on xinetd with XDMCP for GDM also referenced in the article. I completed the steps required. However, when I tried to remote in with [IP of machine]:5950 -- I received a message that the machine actively refused it.

It looks like xinetd never loaded the new services. Am I missing a step?