Yes, if you have a subscription that includes mass deployment and offline licensing.
Under Windows, MSIs are available for download so you can use standard tools to deploy and license VNC Server and VNC Viewer remotely. You can also remotely configure VNC Server using Group Policy.
Under macOS, we provide signed packaged apps, so again you can use standard tools to deploy apps.
Under Linux, you can host VNC Server on a network share. And we’ve published an example script that explains how you might obtain, install, license, configure and start VNC Server entirely at the command line.
For all platforms, you can either license VNC Server using the cloud by using a cloud connectivity token or offline by using an offline license.
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