Yeah, never thought I’d be writing a guide that explains how to sign out of something. After all, RealVNC Server does not have a Sign Out button for some ungodly reason.

Anyway, it turns out that all you need to do is delete a file that stores these credentials.

If you’re on Linux, you will find it at /root/.vnc/config.d/vncserver-x11.d/CloudCredentials.bed. Delete it with

sudo rm /root/.vnc/config.d/vncserver-x11.d/CloudCredentials.bed

For Windows, the file will be at

C:\ProgramData\RealVNC-Service\vncserver.d\CloudCredentials.bed

If not here, you can refer to this video to find the location.

Adwait Bhope

An optimist entering this quirky field of Software Engineering.

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