Hi all, I'm trying to build a file server out of an older PowerMac G4. I cleared off all partitions on the drive and installed Leopard fresh and updated it to 10.5.8. This system will sit across my company's campus in our media department, so I need to be able to access it remotely to make administrative changes. Apart from the 5 Macs in the media department, we're 100% Windows here. Anyways, I tried enabling Remote Management from within System Preferences, which worked, to some extent. The problem is that I couldn't find a way to change the listening port on the Apple VNC server. In addition to that, if I logged in and left the VNC session idle for a minute or two, the server process would freeze up on the G4 and I would lose all connectivity via VNC until I rebooted (something I can't really afford to have happen with a file server). So, I tried Vine VNC. After fooling around with it and getting stupid "Screen Format not supported" error messages, I finally got it to "work," even as a system service (start on boot with no user logged in). I can log in as the user (with admin rights) fine, but as soon as I log out, the server process exits and I can no longer connect via VNC again (also not desirable for a file server). How can I get this thing to a point where I can reliably connect, log in, log out and reconnect again whenever I happen to need to?