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Mac VNC client for controlling Mac Mini remotely?

I know how to VNC into other computers from a Windows and Linux system, but have never done it with a Mac before. I have a MacBook Pro running Snow Leopard. How can I use VNC on here?

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marked as duplicate by heavyd, quack quixote, BinaryMisfit Feb 16 '10 at 21:03

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E.g. my earlier question superuser.com/questions/32006/… covers Mac VNC clients pretty well. – Jonik Feb 16 '10 at 19:41

Download Chicken of the VNC (VNC Client Mac OS X)

Or you can use the native VNC client of Snow Leopard :

cmd+k in finder :

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If the vnc server is not running on the standart port (5900) enter the address as follows:

vnc://servernameorip:port
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I prefer JollysFastVNC for anything VNC related and CoRD for RDP on Windows boxes.

JollysFastVNC

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CoRD seems to be a nice tool ! I don't know much about Windows RDP... Does CoRD support the same as Remote Desktop Connection for Mac (microsoft.com/mac/products/remote-desktop/default.mspx) ? – Kami Feb 16 '10 at 20:43
    
CoRD is awesome +1 ! – Kami Feb 16 '10 at 21:01
    
Yes I believe it does, but in a slick native way. – Josh K Feb 16 '10 at 21:07

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