How to install VNC Server on CentOS 6

How to install VNC (GNOME) Server on CentOS 6

First Open up your server via SSH.
Make sure your system is up to date!
# yum update -y

Second download the GNOME Desktop environment to your server:

Code:
# yum groupinstall "Desktop" -y

After installed GNOME Desktop enviroment then start to install TigerVNC server

Code:
# yum install tigervnc-server xorg-x11-fonts-Type1 -y

Verify all packages are installed by running
# yum groupinstall "Desktop" "Desktop Platform" "X Window System" "Fonts" -y

Now your VNC is installed on your CentOS 6. Now is time to start the VNC server

Code:
# vncserver

***NOTE***It will ask you to set a password for VNC, Please remember this password as it will be the one you need to connect to VNC.

Now time to connect to your VNC Server: 

First download VNC client: 
http://www.realvnc.com/cgi-bin/download.cgi

***NOTE ON HOW TO CONNECT***
To Connect it with VNC in RealVNC do the following ;
1.Open Up VNC Viewer
2. under VPN server, type the following : SERVERIP:1   
Remember to change SERVERIP to your server IP address.
3. Encryption, click on:  LET VNC Server Choose.
4. It will prompt you with a new windows for password, 
Enter the password that you have entered when you typed "vncserver" via SSH.
5. Enjoy your VNC Server
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