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A more convenient solution than logging into another user could be the Shades preferences pane which allows you to dim the screen to a degree where it's not noticable that it's on. Combined with muting the audio after remotely connecting this allows you to login to an already logged on user without concern to others. However the security and privcacy ...
There is a tool called "Screens" which sports a curtain mode, blocking the locally attached screen from showing anything you're doing remotely. It may require specifically their software to run to access the machine remotely, but does seem to address your issue. http://edovia.com/screens/
I would do a SMC reset (google on apple) In addition to iStat, i have Macs Fan Control. just use iStat to DISPLAY fan speed and CPU gfx core temp Use Macs Fan Control, MFC, to control fan speed. By default, my mbp's fan will not come on, and often doesn't even when way beyond 45C! in MFC drop down menu... Right Side - Sensor-based... Change control... ...
This script works with the latest Power Manager, once the first line is changed to read: tell application "Power Manager" See Power Manager's AppleScript documentation for more examples. If you need help with Power Manager, please contact email@example.com. We are be better able to help via e-mail.
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