JollysFastVNC Home - Fast and secure VNC / ARD remote access
By Patrick Stein
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4.5 of 5 stars - macupdate.com
JollysFastVNC is a secure ARD and VNC client. Its aim is to be the best and most secure VNC client on the Mac.
- Secure - SSH tunneling, SSL, SOCKS support inbuilt.
- Full retina display support.
- Mac login, encrypted keyboard/mouse, pasteboard, remote screen lock and monitor selection support.
- Windows login and domain login support.
- Full IPv4 and IPv6 support.
- Multiple connections, fullscreen, multi-monitor support.
- SmartZoom for viewing large remote desktops.
- International keyboard support
- Reverse connections including automated NatPNP / UPnP support.
- WakeOnLan support.
- Global/Specific hierachical preferences.
- Cool looking, dynamicly changing icon.
- Many more features.
The versions here in the appstore differ like this:
JollysFastVNC Home: 7 hosts are stored in the serverlist, non commerical use only.
JollysFastVNC Pro: unlimited hosts. Commercial use.
What's New in Version 1.52
Added defaults setting localsshlaunchpath for overwriting the ssh path.
enablelocalcommandsoutsidevncwindow setting no longer experimental and on by default. Command key presses outside the VNC window are used to control JollysFastVNC now, not the remote side.
Fixed a potential problem with network discovery over firewire ip connections.
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Pretty lame that the “home” version only allows 7 hosts. That’s really absurd. FYI the original version allowed unlimited. Then aburtly the developer changed it to limit how many hosts you could have . That was really unfair. Either way it hasn’t been updated in years and there are now much better Free options avaiable that don’t have these ridiculous Artifical limitations so I guess it doesn’t matter.
It Used to Work
It used to be able to connect to older versions of Linux. It looks like the VNC protocol may have changed with Gnome 3, and it can no longer connect to my Linux Mint box. It might have to do with OS X support in screen sharing. I imagine it only works to connect to other OS X machines at this point. I had to switch to RealVNC Viewer, which is free.
Needs an update
I had a nice list of clients populated and one day when I launched it half of them had disappeared. Also, it would be really nice to be able to create groups of computers.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: May 09, 2014
- Version: 1.52
- Size: 2.5 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Patrick Stein
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Compatibility: OS X 10.6 or later