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Desktops Speciality level out of ten: 0. I was queried to list users and added the 2 user accounts on the machine I tried to navigate to the URL at the end of your reply but it didn't lead anywhere. What might be doing wrong? User profile for user: V.

What users need to be defined in "Allow Access"? All Users or just the under accounts defined on the host machine? Does anything need to be filled into the "Computer Information fields.. Under "Screen Sharing" what users need to be defined in "Allow Access"? Again in "Computer Settings" which should I have checked What is the difference between remote management and screen sharing for connecting and remotely accessing a host SL Mac via Chicken of the VNC??

Oct 26, PM in response to hassiman In response to hassiman remote management allows for more control besides screen sharing if you have Apple Remote Desktop.

Free VNC Client Inside Mac OS X 10.5 from Apple

User profile for user: donv The Ghost donv The Ghost. Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: 0. It is given for Leo, but I would bet that the read also can be applied to Sno.