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I use a MacBook during the day and I have two Windows servers that are remote that I want to access using my MacBook. I have VNC installed on the Windows CPUs, now I want to test controlling from my remote macbook.

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What's wrong with the built in VNC client in Mac OS X? It's called "Screen Sharing".

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Don't know .. noob here. How do I invoke it? find it? – mobibob Dec 5 '10 at 6:33
isn't that for others to view my screen?? I want to use my Mac to remote access my Windowz boxes. – mobibob Dec 5 '10 at 6:35
Run the screen sharing app, don't configure sharing settings. You'll get a dialog that looks like – Dec 5 '10 at 6:41
OK .. so from Finder -> %K (pop-up for servers) enter vnc://myserver and as long as myserver is network accessible and is running vnc server, I should be good to go ?! Correct?? – mobibob Dec 5 '10 at 18:54

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