daniel_99_1999 Absent Member.
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Mac Remote Control

Hi All,

First off let me start by saying I know that remote controlling Lion onwards is not supported because of the way apple have changed their built in VNC server. This is why I'm posting here and not logging anything more official.

I've tried implementing Vine server 4.0.1 which works great, and I've no objection to using that on the Macs, but.... When using Vine, if no one is logged on to the mac, you can view the login screen, but not enter any credentials.

I'm just curious as to whether anyone else has been tinkering or gotten any further than me?

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Re: Mac Remote Control


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Re: Mac Remote Control

Run it as service, works with no issues here

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