Could you please explain a little more what you want because for me you wrote some contradiction ?
By default VNC Server in Oracle Solaris provides client connection starting new session - so, in other words vnc client comes with Solaris login screen.
In my dev environment we need to connect with vnc client to running session (where user is already logged into Solaris).
Try to start manually vncserver in your session then use the displayed information to start vncviewer with the right port.
Thank you for your reply.
I tried this solution yesterday and I was able to connect to current running session - but displayed desktop is not the same as in main sessions, I don't see for instance opened folders or applications as in my original.
My point is to see and interact directly with logged user session - like in vnc in Windows; I have dedicated software running, which can not be opened in more than one instance.
At the moment I don't know if it is possible.
Anyway, I will try to search for a solution.
Are you using only VNC sessions, or you use also XDMCP or local sessions ?
Sharing same session is not the default Xvnc behavior but depending what you want to do, we can maybe find a "solution".
From the beginning: on server I'm logged locally, database application (dedicated, not commercial) with control panel is opened.
Because it is server room I need to go there every time something is going on.
The aim is to connect via network with tool like vnc to see db application is running correctly or make some adjustments.
Till now I didn't use XDMCP.
Thank you for your interest in my case!:)
You can in this case run the vino-server binary or run vino-preferences to start and configure it. For information, vino-preferences is a GUI.
Both commands should be executed in the session directly.
I will try this software on Monday, and I hope it will solve my case.