Our Macs however dont have VNC.
VNC® Connect consists of VNC® Server and VNC® Viewer
I dont know a whole lot about Macs, but I can remote these machines from my Windows based machine I just get an error about an incompatible version. Chicken VNC's documentation is a bit sparse and certainly doesnt mention about using mixed Windows and Macs on a network, I was under the impression that VNC was a standard and should be able to use a combination of different versions on a network. It would be useful for me to get familiar with Macs by remoting this spare G5 imac that not being used and tinker with things and learn. If I'm not mistaken, For example However, Vine will allow you to set the preferences to run as a Daemon, or system service, and you can log in from the moment your unit is up and awaiting your user's credentials.
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Here's the link The program is very straight forward. Works quite well, screen refresh is a little slow but that could be dependent on network, PC hardware etc. It's a component of the Apple Remote Desktop client that resides on all Macs.
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Viewed 55k times. I really don't want to have to access them from a virtual windows machine running on the MAC :- A web search for "mac vnc client" produces zero useful hits. All I've heard about so far are "screen sharing app" from apple, possibly pre-installed on the mac, name and location unknown a client from realvnc that runs in the chrome browser ugh!
Connecting to Windows PC Clients from a Mac
Arlie Stephens. Arlie Stephens Arlie Stephens 1 1 gold badge 5 5 silver badges 14 14 bronze badges. Managed to create an alias, usable from the shell, which allows me to launch additional copies of the viewer. Too bad Mac's Dock wont let me do that.
I'd still like to know how to use the built in app, and any additional recommendations would also be welcome. I've hit a semi-showstopper with tigervnc - no cut and paste. This is not a problem if you connect to another Mac running Apple's own built-in "screen sharing server", but if you connect to some other VNC server, e.
VNC Server or Enabling Screen Sharing
You can connect to remote Linux machines with your Mac's built-in vnc client. Setup the vnc server on the remote Linux machine. On your Mac, go to Finder. Rampant Rampant 10 10 silver badges 20 20 bronze badges.
So basic password security should be adequate. True, some are more paranoid about using VNC than others, and if you're on a tunneled connection you wouldn't really have to worry about binding. Steve Chambers Steve Chambers Unfortunately, no joy, with either version. Perhaps it assumes everything is on x desktop 0?
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The "Chicken" VNC did not work for me at all.