Someone correct me if I am wrong, but I think you should be able to
install the vnc server of your choice inside of your VM and configure
it as needed, and then you should be able to connect from a vnc
If you want to connect using your ssh keys, you could probably set up
the vnc server to allow only local connections and not require a
password. After that, you could establish the vnc connection over an
ssh tunnel. This method has the benefit that you don't need to worry
about firewalls or having a dedicated IP on your node.
If the ssh tunnel causes excessive slow down, you could also try something like:
* Reserve a host with a public IP at a site with no firewall in place
* Set the vnc password on the server side
* Log in with password auth
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