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ref: https://helpdeskgeek.com/linux-tips/easiest-way-remotely-connect-linux-mint-os/

Install dconf Editor

Next, we have to disable the encryption that is currently required by Vino, which is the package installed in Linux Mint by default. We have to install the dconf Editor, so that we can change the default settings.

Open Terminal and type in the following command:

sudo apt-get install dconf-editor

Once the package has been installed, click on the Linux Mint menu, then All Applicationsand scroll down till you see dconf Editor.

 

Open the editor and then navigate to org – gnome – desktop – remote-access.

 

In the right-hand pane, go ahead and uncheck the require-encryption box. Close the editor and then restart your Linux box. Once you are logged back in, we can try to connect.

 

2017-11-21 18:05:44gstlouis