[QUOTE=dchunt;16751]I’m using a browser on a Windows 7 WS going to the IP address of the server and port 5801 for VNC. So isn’t that using the graphics engine on the Linux server?
I don’t see this problem when looking at another SLES 11 SP2 OS running on another Dell server. That is why I thought there was some setting on the SLES server that was causing the problem.
you may be right that it’s some setting on the SLES server side causing the problems - what caught my eye was " I’ve tried changing the parameters of the Graphics adapter" which I read as “graphics adapter of the SLES server”, while I believe that the server’s graphics adapter has no part in this play. But especially that you have proper video with another SLES server while using the same client, backs up the idea of a server-side thing.
Can you somehow see that both “sessions” (normal/blurry SLES server) use the same display resolution? “washed out” characters might be caused by some mis-match of parameters, requiring rescaling on the client side with corresponding effects.
I have not yet used MS Windows browsers to run VNC - might you try i.e. TightVNC to see if that works better (or points out differences in the session parameters)?
May I assume that you have not tweaked i.e. “anti-aliasing” settings on the SLES server side (working nor blurry server)?
This specific setup (MS Windows clients doing VNC via browser) is not my best field of experience - so if anyone else with more specific ideas than expressed above would like to join this discussion, please feel yourself invited!