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MSRA in WinPE

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I am trying to use CrossLoop portable launching the Share session on the WinPE system and the Access section on my regular system. This uses WinVNC which requires a password. I have found that if you set the Registry setting:

HKLM\Software\ORL\WinVNC3 AuthRequired to 0 it should avoid this issue however everytime I try to connect using CrossLoop it resets that registry setting causing the WinVNC warning message to appear. Any ideas?

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I am trying to use CrossLoop portable launching the Share session on the WinPE system and the Access section on my regular system. This uses WinVNC which requires a password. I have found that if you set the Registry setting:

HKLM\Software\ORL\WinVNC3 AuthRequired to 0 it should avoid this issue however everytime I try to connect using CrossLoop it resets that registry setting causing the WinVNC warning message to appear. Any ideas?

WinPE registry is similar to regular windows. You can try to change ownership of that registry key to say, a service rather than the main account. That way, the key can be read but not changed. I can't remember how to change that atm. Just an idea!

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