OS X V10.7 Lion :: Login Into Win7 Machine Via Remote Desktop?

Apr 19, 2012

i've been trying to find a solution to be able to write to NTFS drives. i've read that using exFAT is a good way to go. the other thing i wanted to try was to login to a Windows machine that's connected to the NTFS drive and write to it that way

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Mac mini

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Hardware :: Cannot Login To Remote PC Desktop

Sep 2, 2010

I work from home and my Windows pc is in the shop. I'm trying to use my wife's Imac to log into my VPN so I can work, but when I get the ctrl+alt+del screen to sign into my desktop I don't know what keys to use on the Mac keyboard.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Remote Login To Mac From Outside The House?

May 6, 2012

how this can be done and if i can use an iPod touch/Mac or even a Windows machine. what would the login screen look like? 

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Mac mini

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Remote Screen Share Login With Own User Account Interrupts Other Users?

Mar 1, 2012

Apple writes in its OS X Lion screen sharing description that: "You can remotely log in to a Mac with any user account on that computer and control it, without interrupting someone else who might be using the computer under a different login." 

Unfortunately, this is not true in my case: When other users are using my 2011 iMac for webbrowsing or DVD watching and I log in on my own acount from my macbook pro, video will stop playing, the spinning wheel sometime appears. The system does not really crash, but wil respond very slowly and in fact is not useable until I as remote user stop my activities or log out. This is not how it should be, especially as the iMac's CPU, memory and network load are very low according to activity monitor's information. 

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iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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Intel Mac :: How To Download Remote Desktop For Osx Lion

Apr 19, 2012

How do you download a remote desktop for osx lion 10.7.3? 

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Apple Remote Desktop Suitability

May 23, 2012

My grandmother has hearing impairment and macular degeneration, but has learnt to use her mac (with zoom) to remain in contact with all her family and friends. However she does not live close to anyone who can help her when little problems arise, and I was wondering how simple remote desktop would be for me to use to sort out little problems? It would mainly be to fix little issues such as reconnecting them to their wifi, changing browser settings (appearance of bookmarks etc) and also to allow us to better see the problems she is describing. We are both running OS Lion, however my grandpa has recently started learing on his own refurbished mac running snow leopard so it would be great if I can remotely access both.

Also how easy is it to set up? I'm assuming we'd need someone at their end to get things connected initially which could be arranged, but none of us are mac experts just yet (I've just bought my first ever mac).

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apple remote desktop, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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Apr 9, 2012

I'm looking for a system that can track about 50 MBP's providing both remote wipe as part of an overall security protocol, and also remote screen/desktop for admin purposes. I looked at preyproject.com but it looks like they only do remote wiping/tracking. that I don't want something locked to a single user, it should be centrally managed. 

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MacBook
Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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Intel Mac :: Remote Desktop Connection Does Not Work With Lion

May 23, 2012

Having problems with program that connects to my office. I get message that states ' power pc applications are no longer supported."

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iMac, Lion

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Remote Desktop Not Listed In Applications, But Installation Says It's Already Installed

Jun 25, 2012

When I try to install Apple Remote Desktop, I get a message that says a more current version is already installed. I look in Applications and see no reference to Remote Desktop.  

1) Does Max OS X Lion 10.7.3 come with Remote Desktop installed, as some documentation suggests?

I'm trying to remote from macBook Pro to a windows server via ip address

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Remote Desktop, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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Connecting Windows Machine To A Remote OS X Lion File Server

Feb 21, 2012

how to connect a Windows 7 machine to my remote OS X Lion File Server? On my macs, it is simple, I go to finder, choose Go -->Connect to Server, and enter my IP address. I can't seem to figure out how to do this on a windows system.

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Lion OS X Server and Windows 7, Windows
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OS X V10.7 Lion :: No Desktop / Login Or Recovery On IMac After Reboot

May 9, 2012

I've just done an install of lion from snow leopard on my IMac. Now when I reboot, I just get the grey brushed aluminum background and apple logo slightly higher than centre and a black arrow cursor. No desktop, no login options, nothing else whatsoever appears on the screen.I've tried resetting the pram, and to access the lion recovery mode (command r on boot up) but this does not even appear. All I can get is the same empty screen and arrow cursor.

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iMac

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Desktop Icons Not Show Up Or No Program Will Launch After Login

Feb 18, 2012

My Mac started doing this a few weeks ago, where after login it all kind of collapses. Sometimes the desktop icons won't show up, or Hear (which runs on startup) will get stuck loading for a long time. Sometimes everything seems fine but no programs will launch, or the dock won't respond.So far I've done an Onyx cleanup run, a Disk Verify and Repair. Permissions Verify and Repair and even did the good old Command+R on startup and reinstalled Lion. It worked the first time and then it went back to its old antics.I'm afraid if its a corrupted file and even if I get a new Mac then when I restore from Time Machine it'll carry over.

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3), Magic Mouse

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OS X :: Remote Login Not Starting?

Oct 7, 2009

On Leopard, Remote Login won't start. It's stuck on "Starting remote login...". If I reboot, it says Remote Login is off, and I go through the same process.

Is there any way I can fix this or totall reset SSH? I tried deleting all of the SSH files in /etc and ~/.ssh.

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OS X :: Remote Login Via Internet Or Client

Nov 7, 2008

I am a teacher at a school which runs Macs only. I recently had a Onelan Digital Signage system installed which I can access whilst I'm at school via an IP address through a browser to edit and update contents, however this does not work outside the school. On the macs Apple Remote Desktop is enable and I can use it to remotely access Macs within school through Remote Desktop 3. I would like to access my Mac (at school) through my Windows PC at home so I can login to the digital signage system.

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OS X :: Remote Login And Web Sharing Not Working?

Jun 6, 2009

I have both Remote Login and Web Sharing enabled on my Leopard Macbook. When I try to SSH to it (from the same network) it just hangs, without ever asking for a password. Web Sharing says it can't find the host, even from on the Macbook itself.

For the record, Screen Sharing and File Sharing are working fine.

Anyone have any ideas what might be wrong?

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Mar 5, 2010

i have a couple of questions, first what is the best way to do a remote login? I have two macs and a pc. The pc is in my truck and I would like to be able to log into my Imac to access emails and files. The problem is that when I used [URL] I could not read what was on the 12x12 screen. Is there a was to log in and have the info adjust to the computer I am on and not the imac?

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OS X Mavericks :: Remote Login Not Working

Jun 19, 2014

I'm attempting to log in to my MacBook remotely using ssh, and it isn't working. I've looked all over the internet for a solution, and I haven't found one, although iI think I've determined that other people are having this same problem after upgrading to Mavericks. I did recently upgrade this MacBook to Mavericks, but I never tried remotely logging in prior to upgrading, so I don't know if Mavericks is the problem in my case. 

I'm using a mid-2010 13-inch MacBook, which I've recently upgraded to OS 10.9.3. I have not set up a static IP address with my ISP. My firewall is currently disabled. I've gone to System Preferences -> Sharing, checked "Remote Login," and selected "Allow Access" for "All users". I then note the IP address listed, where it says "To log in to this computer remotely, type "ssh myusername@1.2.3.4" (obviously, I made up that user name and IP address). 

If I then open up a terminal window on my local machine and type "ssh myusername@1.2.3.4", I am indeed able to log in using my password. However, if I ssh out to a remote machine somewhere else, and then attempt to ssh back in again, it doesn't work. Specifically, I am prompted for a password, but when I type the correct password, I'm just prompted for a password again. So I type the correct password again. But then, without even so much as an "incorrect password" message, I'm booted right out for excessive failed login attempts. 

I notice that each time I check the "Remote Login" check box, which I believe starts the sshd daemon, that action generates four error messages in /var/log/system.log, all of which have this form: 

Jun 19 16:56:49 mymacname.local mDNSResponder[40]: mDNS_Register_internal: ERROR!! Tried to register AuthRecord [this part varies] that's already in the list 

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Oct 6, 2009

What is the best way to completely remove the remote login feature from the system?

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Hide Time Machine Volumes From Desktop

May 7, 2012

My last enquiry was with regards backing up Time Machine to an AirDisk connected to an AirPort Extreme Base Station, but this is not a recommended solution. Now that I have been able to afford a new HDD that works with my iMac, this is my current setup, which I established using the excellent website by Pondini: 

- HDD connected via USB to iMac 

- iMac backs up to its OWN PARTITION on the USB HDD 

- Several Portable Macs back up to the other partition on the USB HDD using sparse bundles via WiFi (drive shared by iMac) 

Now on my iMac, I have both partitions appearing on my desktop. However these partitions are SOLELY for TM backups and I don't want them to appear on the desktop (mainly due to other users perhaps fiddling around with them). 

I know that I can use Finder to hide all connected drives from the Desktop, but I DO want USB drives that I connect to actually appear on the desktop. How can I hide ONLY the TM partitions (specifically) from the Desktop?? 

I have found something which suggests that I can use the chflags command in order to hide specific HDDs/partitions, but will this have any effect on Time Machine backing up LOCALLY and also via NETWORK? I was reluctant to "hide" these drives without checking first whether it would cause any problems for Time Machine backups. 

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Time Machine, Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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OS X :: Can I Use A PC To Remote To A Desktop Mac

Jun 7, 2010

We are looking at putting a new Mac desktop in upstairs, a little way from our electric piano which is downstairs. Now presuming we've got a long enough cable, could we link the piano to the Mac then control the Mac through a remote desktop connection using a Windows XP/7 PC.

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Aug 14, 2010

I use VNC around my house to access computers remotely. While I can access my Windows machine from my Mac, I am having trouble accessing my Mac from Windows in a reliable fashion.

I am now using VineServer on the Mac and TightVNC on the PC, but after a while it will become unresponsive, and require frequent re-connects and refreshes.

Apple's Screen Sharing is amazing running from Mac to Mac, but I don't have an extra Mac for downstairs at the moment.

Is there a way to access OSX's built in screen sharing from a PC? Or a better server for Mac or client for PC that will give better connectivity?

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Oct 13, 2010

Is there a way to use ubuntu from OSX via remote desktop? Sometimes I prefer use gnome instead of the shell for admin my home-server.

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Feb 17, 2009

What do you guys use? I'd like a simple web-based solution, if possible.

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May 19, 2009

I'm thinking about getting an MBA and using it as a primary computer. My HTPC is pretty powerful and so I was hoping that I would be able to control is via Remote Desktop to do any heavy lifting I need to do. Is it a problem to run remote desktop wirelessly?

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OS X :: Any Alternatives To Remote Desktop?

Sep 8, 2009

I have just convinced my parents to buy a Mac as I was sick of trying to help them with the bugs of windows. They are struggling a bit with the transition so often on the phone. I would like to be able to see their desktop but don't really want to pay 300 for remote desktop. Are there are any other ways?

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OS X :: Any Function In Mac For Doing Remote Desktop?

Oct 2, 2009

Is there any function in mac os to do remote desktop same as Win OS?

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Mar 16, 2010

I want to see if there is a way or software that could allow me to remote control or remote desktop from a MAC to PC and vice versa?

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May 3, 2010

Using Remote Desktop 2.0 on a Mac Pro to get into an XP box on my network. About every twentieth attempt it will blue screen the XP box. In order to get around it I must reboot the XP machine, which, is pointless because I am trying to remote into it and I am not in front of it.

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Jun 7, 2010

Looking for a good Windows/OS X remote desktop app (tried TeamViewer but didn't really like it). My PC (win 7) will be the server and I'll be logging onto it from my MBP.

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Jun 17, 2010

I want to run Windows 7 somehow on my new 2009 Macbook (2.4ghz, 2gb ram, 250 gb HDD). Now, is it better to have a separate partition through bootcamp or run it through a virtual machine (Vmware Fusion or something). I need to run windows for very light video streaming programs and maybe some very very light management games.

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