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    Pc to iMac question
    So my I'm thinking of getting my 1st Mac. A question that I have is if my wife will be able to connect to her work servers from home. We can do it with a pc, can anyone tell me if we could run into a problem if we have an iMac?

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    THere should not be a problem, but it is probably best to ask her works IT department the question
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    Depends entirely on how your wife connects to her work servers, traditionally this is through VPN and if the service at her work has clients for Mac, then no problem.


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    I use Logmein and log directly to my office desktop and work directly from there. No problems. I can print from home and do every thing I can at work. Best money spent.

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