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If you have an iPad with a lightning connector and iOS 8 you can open QuickTime on your Yosemite Mac and make a recording. If you don't have a Mac or a iPad with lightning connector you could use Reflector which is using Airplay. Link to Reflector application


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You connect your iPad to a mac, open up iTunes and quicktime. in quicktime, go to file-new movie recording. there will be a little down arrow next to the record button, click the down arrow and choose your iPad. then hit the record button. I don't know if this works with 30 pin iPads. i know it works with lightning ones. if you don't have a mac, i think ...


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Apple has launched MacBook Pro Repair Extension Program for Video Issues which can be found here Apple has determined that a small percentage of MacBook Pro systems may exhibit distorted video, no video, or unexpected system restarts. These MacBook Pro systems were sold between February 2011 and December 2013. Apple or an Apple Authorized Service ...


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You can try to disable the Monitor https://github.com/Eun/DisableMonitor I don't know if it really works remotely and it disables only the Monitor and does not lock the Screen. Another option is TeamViewer, with TeamViewer you can switch the monitor of the remote computer to a black screen. The Action is called "Show black screen", together with "Disable ...


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Yes - the Apple Remote Desktop app allows you to curtain the controlled computer to lock out anyone that's physically at the computer while you work remotely. You could also set your work Mac to boot to a harmless account that auto logs in and is not an administrator. When you use OS X screen sharing (as opposed to Remote Desktop) it will ask you if you ...



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