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 =====What is VNC?===== =====What is VNC?=====
 +**NOTE: VNC is deprecated. ​ For all remote desktop access, we ask that you use X2Go [[help:​general_linux:​x2go | (found here)]].**
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 VNC is a system for interacting with a computer display remotely, over a network. This technology was developed by AT&T Laboratories,​ and is now available for free over the internet (distributed under the GNU General Public License. Visit the [[http://​realvnc.com/​|RealVNC website]] for more information or follow the links below for information about the easiest way to use VNC on your computer. VNC is a system for interacting with a computer display remotely, over a network. This technology was developed by AT&T Laboratories,​ and is now available for free over the internet (distributed under the GNU General Public License. Visit the [[http://​realvnc.com/​|RealVNC website]] for more information or follow the links below for information about the easiest way to use VNC on your computer.
  
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 =====Why might I want to use VNC at Vassar?​===== =====Why might I want to use VNC at Vassar?​=====
-If you are a member of the Vassar Computer Science Department as a student or faculty member, you have access to a graphical Unix system by visiting the Asprey ​Adanvced ​Computation Laboratory or a remote textual login using ssh. By using VNC, you can access the same graphical Unix system that you find in the lab, over the network.+If you are a member of the Vassar Computer Science Department as a student or faculty member, you have access to a graphical Unix system by visiting the Asprey ​Advanced ​Computation Laboratory or a remote textual login using ssh. By using VNC, you can access the same graphical Unix system that you find in the lab, over the network.
  
 =====How do I setup and use a VNC client?​===== =====How do I setup and use a VNC client?​=====