Simply click onto start a browser-based VNC implementation.
Alternatively, if you would like to use a different VNC client (which must support encrypted connections, for example realvnc viewer [free] ), please follow these instructions.
DO NOT LOGOUT INSIDE THE DESKTOP OF THE VM: this will make your VNC unusable until you manually restart the VNC.
Note on resizing:
to get a larger screen; adjust the numbers to get the screen size that you need.
xrandr works reliably in many Linux operating systems.
Valid screen resolutions are:
a Note: the default VNC session will only work for the user that launched the instance. Other user accounts on that instance that wish to have an individual desktop will have start their own VNC manually.
b Disconnecting your VNC session via the Real VNC viewer:
Enter 'sudo su -' at the command prompt or type 'sudo command' and replace
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