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OS 10.4 - Managing Remote Connections


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We have a 10.4 server that we remote into with TightVNC. However, after connecting over a few weeks, we eventually get an error that there are too many connections to the server and we have to reboot it. I know windows; and know that I can go into the remote connection manager, view remote connections and disconnect them. How do I do that on a MAC?
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