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I need to access to a Mac running OS X Lion remotely from a Mac running OS X Leopard and Windows.

Is there any software to do that?

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First, you have to enable remote management and screen sharing in Mac OS X Lion (It enables some sort of VNC Server).

From my Mac Leopard: Finder > Go to > Connect To Server. Type:

vnc://macosx-lion-ip-adress

It will prompt you to type the remote Mac OS X login/password and then launch a screen sharing application. From Windows you can use a VNC client.

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Set up VNC on mac and this will solve your problem. VNC stands for virtual network computing and provide acess to remote computer. Here is a detailed guide.

http://www.wikihow.com/Setup-VNC-on-Mac-OS-X

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Link only answers are discouraged. Try to add the essential information to your answer, so it's still useful once the linked web page is changed or deleted. – Daniel Beck Jul 3 '12 at 17:07
    
The link contains a complete step by step instruction. I thought it not right to copy down someone else' work.That is why i provided only link. – ichathan Jul 3 '12 at 17:12

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