This ebook has been replaced by Take Control of Screen Sharing in Lion. The new edition still has plenty of details about 10.5 Leopard, and it has more current info about Skype, MobileMe, iCloud, 10.6 Snow Leopard, and iOS apps.
|Size (PDF):||1.9 MB|
|Date:||June 11, 2008|
Take Control of
Screen Sharing in Leopard
Leopard may make screen sharing accessible to normal Mac users, but networking expert Glenn Fleishman helps you figure out which type of screen sharing to use when, how to share screens with older versions of Mac OS X and Windows, and how to get the most out of Leopard’s hidden Screen Sharing app.
This product has been discontinued.
Will this ebook answer every question that I have about Back to My Mac?
If you are the happy-go-lucky sort whose Back to My Mac connection work smoothly and you don't have in-depth questions about the service, then, yes, it will answer all your questions. However, if you can't make the service work with the basic advice in this ebook, or if you want a fairly deep understanding of how a Back to My Mac connection is made or of security concerns relating to the service, then what you really want is Take Control of Back to My Mac.
January 2012 -- We have replaced Take Control of Screen Sharing in Leopard with Take Control of Screen Sharing in Lion, which covers both Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, 10.6 Snow Leopard, and 10.7 Lion. Buy that edition instead..