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OS 10.3 - Connecting my home mac to my mac at work which is on a windows network?

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I hope this is a really easy one.

I have a mac at home. I want to remote desktop into my mac at work. At work we have a Small Business Server 2003 which we can remote into. Now I am just wondering if there is some basic documentation on how to set it up? or a siple explaination. I would prefer a direct connection to the mac but if need be i can remote into the server then remote into the mac.

Any help??
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