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Go to rdp settings, add the full screen resolution of your mac. Go to connection and choose that resolution. Enable scaling. Looks exactly like Jump
You get two graphical interface log in sessions simultaneously on OS X (server.app or without server.app) and there is no configuration needed as this is the default settings. Just use any VNC client and set up two or more users local to the server. You'll want to set up the Mac Mini with Xcode Server running and then have each developer run Xcode locally. ...
System preference => Sharing => Remote Management => Computer Settings Check the box: VNC viewers may control screen with password: And allow access for only the users needing access. That should do the trick
So you can. If you open System Preferences > Sharing, and check both remote management (to start the vnc server) and remote login (to start the ssh server); you should be able to login remotely using vnc over ssh. Note: You must have all needed ports forwarded correctly, and an android client capable of connecting over ssh.
The answer to that question is correct, but there are some nuances. Screen Sharing server supports 4 authentication types: Mac OS X user login / password Apple ID Request for observe / control ("Anyone may request permission to control screen") VNC password ("VNC viewers may control screen with password") Whenever the built-in Screen Sharing client ...
You can try using RHUB iOS app. You can use it for conducting online meetings and providing remote support. It is free.
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