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OS 10.5 - Screen Sharing


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Hi,

I recently setup screen sharing on my macbook pro with my friend who also has a macbook pro.

I am able to share my screen with him, and he is then able to control my screen.

Is there any way I can just share my screen with him but NOT allow him to control my screen?



Any help would be much appreciated.

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