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I would add that the method mentioned to use the back to my mac to resolve the ip address behind a nat router will only work if the host and client are logged into the same icloud account. See http://apple.stackexchange.com/a/53784 for a description. I have been unable to get the ARD to resolve with two different icloud accounts, but when I logged into ...


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You have turned on remote management in the Sharing control panel, right?


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Quit ARD if running, and go to [your home]/Library/Containers. Move the folder com.apple.RemoteDesktop to your desktop and see if ARD Admin still has startup issues. If it starts working properly you can trash the com.apple.RemoteDesktop folder. Note this will reset ARD and lose any custom UNIX commands you may have set up, back those commands up first ...


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I haven't tried BTT Remote, but HippoRemote works well for me: http://hipporemote.com


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Easy enough to do with Microsoft Remote Desktop, available for free on the app store. If you plug an Ethernet cable between the two computers they should negotiate a network connection and you will get gigabit speeds. Note that this is different for what you can do with an iMac where you plug a Display Port video cable into the iMac and use the iMac as ...


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I have had similar issues with screen sharing, ARD, and Windows RD. I have noticed this happening on all systems(Win, OSX, Linux) whenever the RAM on the Desktop you are accessing gets close to be full. The only solution I have found is to close the connection and reconnect.


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MochaVNC lite uses Mac OS X user login / password. I've been using it forever and don't even remember how long ago they added Mac OS credential authentication. Unlike most other apps that support this feature you do not need the paid version. I use it sporadically mainly to perform software updates to a headless mac mini that is my home server and iTunes ...


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do a spotlight search on the remote mac with the string "mission control". Works on Yosemite at least


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I had the same problem using microsoft remote desktop on a mac with OSX Yosemite. My symbol keys did not work correctly, for example the \ became < and @ became *. I opened system preferences on my Mac that was running the RD client, and under keyboard I noticed that my input source was set to Canadian English. I added US English, deleted Canadian ...



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