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Hey All,

I was wondering if it was possible for me to connect to my mac at home from a windows machine at work, and screen share? So effectively i could be sat at work whilst having full access to my mac at home.

Does anyone have any idea if it is possible, and if it is, any links or info would be greatly appreciated!

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Hey All,

I was wondering if it was possible for me to connect to my mac at home from a windows machine at work, and screen share? So effectively i could be sat at work whilst having full access to my mac at home.

Does anyone have any idea if it is possible, and if it is, any links or info would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks

Mike
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