Jeffrey, Your VNC 3.3.7 server is still running, using port 5900. You need to stop it, or uninstall it, and then restart your VNC 4 server. From then on, VNC 4 should work as expected.
Alternatively, you can simply set the two to use different ports, if you wanted for example to try VNC 4 without removing VNC 3.3.7... Regards, Wez @ RealVNC Ltd. > -----Original Message----- > From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Jeffrey P. Straus > Sent: 16 March 2005 09:55 > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: ManagedListener: Unable to Bind Listening Socket (10048) > > I am running Windows XP Home Edition. I just > installed VNC Server > Free Edition 4.1.1. I was not prompted to uninstall > version 3.37 and > it is still on my system. I have disabled winvnc.exe > (version 3.37) > and enabled Winvnc4.exe in my Startup Group. When > I start my > computer, I receive the following message in a DOS window: > > ManagedListener: unable to bind listening socket: Only > one usage of > each socket address (protocol/network address/port) > is normally > permitted. (10048) > > VNC appears to be working. I was wondering what this > message is and > what I can do to prevent it from popping up. > > Thanks for your help. > > Jeff > _______________________________________________ > VNC-List mailing list > VNC-List@realvnc.com > To remove yourself from the list visit: > http://www.realvnc.com/mailman/listinfo/vnc-list _______________________________________________ VNC-List mailing list VNC-List@realvnc.com To remove yourself from the list visit: http://www.realvnc.com/mailman/listinfo/vnc-list