|May 4, 2008, 09:05 PM||#1|
How to Remote Manage Macs?
Microsoft have free software that allows me to remote manage Windows from Macs or from other Windows.
Do Macs have any built-in or free remote manage software?
|May 4, 2008, 09:20 PM||#2|
ARD. Apple Remote Desktop. My tech uses it to manage about a 100 machines. It's around $500 for unlimited licenses. You can remote, push patches, and all kinds of cool stuff.
Edit: I think I misread your question. Leopard does have screen sharing built in that will allow you to remote machines like windows remote desktop.
Last edited by Bambeezer; May 4, 2008 at 09:27 PM.
|May 5, 2008, 08:39 AM||#3|
If you want to manage your mac/other macs from your mac, Apple Remote Desktop is best, but OS X also has built in standard VNC that can work with any VNC client from any machine.
If you want to manage windows machines from a Mac, then make sure you set up Remote Desktop access to each one of those windows machines and you can use Remote Desktop Connection client for Mac. Available from:
Or you can use VNC to manage the windows PC's too.
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