For many of your network’s Mac users, the best bet may be a pure play—to use only native Mac OS X applications or UNIX applications that you can run under the X11 windowing system. But other Mac users may need to run Windows programs as well, either for full-on compatibility with the Windows users or because no Mac application (or no adequate Mac application) is available.
This chapter starts by discussing your options for running Windows programs on Macs. It then shows you how to use each approach.
Any Intel-based Mac can run Windows programs in three ways:
Remote Desktop Connection Remote Desktop Connection enables a Mac to run one or more ...