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Expect Mac OS X includes the command line tool expect: expect - programmed dialogue with interactive programs expect is ideal for scripted interactions with other tools, like telnet. The following questions discuss how to use expect and telnet together: How to automate telnet session using Expect? expect script to automate telnet login Shell ...
Here is the software we use in our company (Windows): Radmin Highly recommend. Not sure they have MAC version but my colleagues say they used it on MAC.
I am not sure I understand your question fully (please rewrite/clarify it) but if you have VNC on a certain machine A and want to prevent B and C to connect to A without using an ssh tunnel, just block the VNC port (typically 5900) in A's firewall (and open port 22 for ssh).
Great work here folks. Here is the code I am using to add our copier, which is also a Ricoh. I've added the '-o printer-is-shared=false' option as this turns off that annoying check box. Another option, '-o auth-info-required=negotiate' I have left out as this printer doesn't require authentication through Active Directory. #!/bin/sh # Add MAD copier. ...
I've never used it, but give xrdp a look - bet that iRAPP will be your best option.
I believe iRAPP from CodeRebel may fit the bill http://www.coderebel.com/products/irapp
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