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My wife and I each have a macbook with quickbooks on it for our business. Is there a why for us to sync our individual quickbooks. Or like virtual PC, for me to access her desktop and applications remotely? I know eventually we will have to get a server we can log into remotely. looking for an alternative in the mean time

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get apple remote desktop and you will not need a server to log in. it allows complete control of the client computer. you can totally control the other mac and even install software on it from your mac. i cant say enough of how amazing this is.

i have 2 macs running it in my house and i have the admin on my traveling macbook. if you install something like no-ip which the free version is all you need then you can easily log into their site and get the client macs ip address even if it happened to change. i also love that software.

you can then do anything on any of your macs from anywhere.

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also check out the apple remote desktop set up video to see an example of some of what it can do.

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