Logging into Linux Instance via VNC
Last updated: 2020-02-11 10:02:05PDF
VNC login offered by Tencent allows users to remotely connect to a CVM via a web browser. If a client does not have remote login installed, it cannot be used or logged into via any other means, users can connect to a CVM using VNC login to observe the CVM’s status and do basic CVM management operations using the CVM account.
Windows, Linux, or macOS.
- Features such as copy/paste, Chinese input, and file upload/download are currently not supported on CVMs using VNC login.
- Mainstream browsers must be used when using VNC login on a CVM, such as Chrome, Firefox, and IE 10 or above.
- A VNC login is a dedicated terminal, meaning only one user can use a VNC login at a time.
You must already have the admin account/password (or key) for logging into Linux instance.
- If you use a system default password to log in to the instance, obtain it by visiting Internal Message.
If you forgot the password, then reset instance password.
- Log in to the CVM Console.
- On the instance’s management page, select the Linux CVM that you want to log in to and click Log In on the right side, as shown below:
- In the Log into Linux instance pop-up window, select Alternative login methods (VNC) and click Log In Now, as shown below.
- Enter the username/password in the pop-up dialog box to complete the login process, as shown below: