Sorry if this makes you feel stupid. I had the same problem with 4 macs in the house. The problem manifested after the latest set of Lion-related updates all my macs are still on Snow Leopard.
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After stopping everything and running software update to get all the gear running the same version of everything, I still could not get screen sharing to work, getting the login error despite connecting ok via finder. It was really a very simple fix, at least in my case. How to show formula bar in excel for mac. On the PC it's the following.
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Maybe it's similar for the MAC. I lost my formula bar: fx, in the ribbon. So now I cannot edit a cell, I have to start all over. How do I restore the formula bar to the ribbon? Since scaling is turned on, this usually results in a small screen that cannot be read. Just restart the VNC client or close the window and open a new connection, if you've got multiple connections open , and it's all OK again. You can even install the avahi port, and set up a service, so the VNC session shows up in Finder although there's a Finder preference to change to make them show up since OS X The only real concerns you should have in using it are security hardening, ie restricting access to specific IP addresses or users.
I don't have a lot of recent experience with VNC on the Mac but if you look at this on stackexchange. Apple's version is called Remote Desktop, the commercial version is just Apple Remote Desktop and really designed to manage Macs. I've used the latter but never tried to connect to a strictly VNC client.
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Not sure if it is possible. The built-in Apple Screen Sharing works nicely too, although I experienced hangs with xterm on the remote tracked as "linux xterm problem" in Apple Support Communities. He seems unaware of the period when apple had broken compatibility with non-apple VNC servers, but other than that his instructions seem great, and work beautifully on OS X El Capitan Version I'm no longer on Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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Viewed 59k times. I really don't want to have to access them from a virtual windows machine running on the MAC :- A web search for "mac vnc client" produces zero useful hits. All I've heard about so far are "screen sharing app" from apple, possibly pre-installed on the mac, name and location unknown a client from realvnc that runs in the chrome browser ugh! Arlie Stephens.
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This will make things easier. From the next window check on Anyone may request permission to control screen. On the same window enable the VNC viewers may control screen with password option and choose a password. Click somewhere on the Desktop that is empty to activate the Finder.
Select the Go menu at the top of the screen and then Connect to Server. If it works you will have the option to connect as a registered user or by asking for permission. If you select registered user you will need to enter a username and password for an account on the server computer. If you select to ask for permission someone will need to be at the remote computer and click allow. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered.
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Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. Tips If you are genuinely concerned with security, you should configure your VNC server to only accept local connections and then establish an ssh tunnel from the client machine.
This way, all VNC packets between client and server will be encrypted. If you are running a server, be sure to secure it by at least setting a password on the server. It is also recommended that you restrict which IP addresses can connect to the server for additional security. Warnings VNC by default is not all that secure of a protocol and can open you up to attack by someone who is determined to gain access to your system.