“VNC support is built right into [Apple’s Mac OS X] Tiger. This means you can remote control your Mac from an another Mac, a [Windows] PC or even your Palm or Blackberry,” macminicolo.net writes. “However the functionality is a bit hidden. Here are the simple steps to set it up. Remember this is Tiger not Panther. If you want to do it on Panther, it is not bult in. Try these folks: Redstone Software.
macmincolo.net’s 7-Step instructions can be found here.
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