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Take Control of Screen Sharing in Snow Leopard by Glenn Fleishman

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Start Screen Sharing via iChat

You can use iChat to either control someone else's screen or allow your own screen to be controlled by someone else. The first works with someone already in your buddy list, a list of contacts you have identified as people you know; the second works with any qualified AIM or iChat user running Leopard or Snow Leopard, or any local user using Bonjour in iChat.

Note

Add encryption: In Snow Leopard, Apple added the ability to establish a secure iChat screen-sharing connection, an option that was formerly available only for text chats. Each party must have a MobileMe account with encryption enabled (as explained in Get Set Up). A lock icon appears in the upper-right corner of any screen with a title bar if encryption is ...

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