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Take Control of Screen Sharing in Snow Leopard by Glenn Fleishman

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Use the Screen Sharing Application

Now that we've looked at how to enable screen-sharing access to your computer, it's time to look at the other end of the connection, where you use the Screen Sharing application to control a remote screen.

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Skip the basics? To skip learning how to use the Screen Sharing application for now and jump into the details of making a screen-sharing connection, flip ahead to Share via Bonjour, Share via Back to My Mac, or Share via a Direct Connection.

The Screen Sharing application offers a very small set of menu-based controls that are available during an active session; some of these controls are also duplicated in a toolbar. Also, some controls can be preset to use certain defaults via Screen Sharing's preferences. ...

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