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If you have Raspbian Jessie or later, VNC Server is pre-installed, so only download if your Raspberry Pi has a different Linux distribution.Download VNC Combined installer for Raspberry Pi Download VNC Combined installer for Raspberry Pi
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Server policy template files
Remotely configure and lock down VNC Server using policy template files.
Viewer policy template files
Remotely configure and lock down VNC Viewer using policy template files.
VNC Permissions Creator
Manage users and permissions for VNC Server.
Frequently asked questions
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VNC Connect, VNC Viewer and VNC Server – what’s the difference?
VNC Connect is the name of our whole remote access solution. It comprises of two applications: VNC Viewer and VNC Server.
VNC Server needs to be installed and run on the devices you want to access remotely. You then use VNC Viewer on the device you want to access and control your remote devices with.
How do I install VNC Server?
The easiest thing to do is to run the installer on the computer you want to control and follow the instructions. For system administrators with an Enterprise subscription, there’s a range of deployment options.
How do I install VNC® Viewer?
Just run the installer on the device you want to control from and follow the instructions, or there’s MSIs for remote deployment under Windows. If you don’t have permission to install VNC® Viewer on desktop platforms, choose the standalone option.
Can I download an older version?
Yes. Please contact support for more details.