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Any suggestions? For VNC you would need to open ports 5900 & 5800 on the router and forward requests received on that port to the laptop and then when connecting with screen sharing I tried copying the folders from Snow Leopard and they don't show up. Nov 2, 2014 2:38 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by BobHarris, BobHarris Nov 2, 2014 3:09 PM in response to Tracy Reynolds Level 6 (19,947 points) Mac navigate here

It is frustrating because my windows desktop is 1920×1200 and I could RDP to a clunky onld winxp laptop and get 1920×1200! Then you would use something like vnc://your.dynamic.ip.name:5901, vnc://your.dynamic.ip.name:5902, vnc://your.dynamic.ip.name:5902, etc... I can copy files between the two Macs and can move and delete files on the Mac Mini. I can ssh into the server, but how can I restart the screen sharing service? https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6645055?start=0&tstart=0

There is a Windows (7 & 8) and Mac (10.6.8 and up) version which covers majority of users out there. You can see my cursor, and hongkiat controlling the other cursor. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply deboni, Feb 25, 2008 deboni macrumors member Joined: Jun 9, 2007 Location: Oakland, CA #3 NetAuthAgent bug Please Because of VNC, a Mac can be remotely accessed and controlled from other devices like an iPad, iPhone, Android, Linux machine, and even Windows, all you need is a VNC client,

Why did the Winter Soldier kill these characters? Reply statman says: October 13, 2012 at 10:33 am I have tried and tried to connect using vmc commands to my parents iMac….both running Mtn. On my main machine (a mac pro), I have set up bookmarks in Safari that link to the Screen Sharing URLs for other Macs on my network (Mac minis, MacBook Air). You can do this via SSH by typing in: sudo shutdown -r now This will not only restart the screen sharing service, but may also resolve the issue that caused it

I could share files without problem, I just need to write the login and password of the server and it works...except screen sharing, it wont recognize the login or the password. Try this: System Preferences>Security and Privacy>Firewall Options Scroll down the list till you find "screensharingd". Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/121065/why-did-screen-sharing-suddenly-stop-working-10-6-8 Reply Komrade Keith, peoples cube says: May 4, 2014 at 1:29 am and the layer of protection is what? "not port forwarding" is not-doing something.

Eliminate space between tikz figures I'm technical referent but I lost the lead for technical decisions more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy maybe someone can install a different vnc server and see if that works better. sorry for the angst, I love OSXdaily - but this headline is misleading….. I have a Powermac G4 which is used as a file and printer server with OSX 10.4.11...

Does that make sense? –Toby Sep 29 '12 at 13:00 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote Rather than restart just the screen sharing service, I would suggest remote restarting http://osxdaily.com/2012/10/10/remote-control-mac-screen-sharing-os-x/ Why invest in a racing stallion if you plan to gouge out an eye, or keep it in a stall with a volume slightly larger than the horse itself. Flag for a Moderator Message 76 of 172 (12,349 Views) 0 Kudos haavre Staff ‎05-08-2014 11:06 Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Link to this reply Print Then use another Mac to connect to vnc://your.dynamic.ip.name:12345 and if you connect, you are most definitely going out and back in through the router.And if you are comfortable using a non-standard

Or I could drive an hour to visit my brother.I do have ports 548 and 5900 forwarded to my "home server" Mac. http://taskflowapp.com/screen-sharing/screen-sharing-not-working.html If you have problems updating, please let us know in this thread and I'll try to help you. -Rene [Modified by Nick on 2 September to add 10.5 info PROBLEM: Sometimes when I do this, one of two things happens... Reply Onik says: November 18, 2014 at 6:06 am I have tried to connect my office PC from my home but could not using vnc://Ip..

If you need to connect to other computers, most routers will allow you to port forward a different internet side to 5900 on the home side. Browse other questions tagged yosemite network sharing screen-sharing or ask your own question. Made sure the Mac Mini is awake. his comment is here In the Process Name list, look for "NetAuthAgent".

If this program freezes, hangs, or locks for any reason, the authentication will not work, and you cannot use Screen Sharing. Does not work? Higher up doesn't carry around their security badge and asks others to let them in.

This is what I found that worked… sudo launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.screensharing.plist sudo launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.screensharing.plist I had the opportunity to install an SSD in my Mini, and did a clean

if no one else does before the weekend, Ill have a go myself. [ Reply to This | # ] 10.7: A possible workaround for VNC issues Authored by: joekewe on The iMac is connected to the router by cable; the Mac Mini is connected by wifi. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply AppleFan360, Feb 25, 2008 AppleFan360 macrumors 68020 Joined: Jan 26, 2008 #2 clayj said: ↑ For anyone else Awkward, but possible to do.

If the computer is connected to the cable modem itself and there is no firewall running (i.e. Enjoy this tip? Screen Sharing app from a 10.7.2 machine to a remote 10.7.2 MBP with second, different-sized monitor works. weblink Enter your email address below: Related articles: Transfer Files Between Remote Macs with Screen Sharing in OS XRemote Control your Mac with an iPhonePut a Mac to Sleep Using an Apple

and NetAuthAgent is part of this process. Pin it The person who accepts gains control to whatever program is being shared, and each user gets their own mouse cursor labeled with their names. Then, click Force Quit. Screen Sharing is a new Core Service that was introduced into Leopard.

Because routers and firewall configurations are different from situation to manufacturer, it would be impossible to cover every example here, but users would typically would find such settings available under preferences Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the When sharing your screen with someone else, Screenhero gives each of you your own mouse cursor, giving both of you the ability to control any software installed on the host’s computer. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Juan Enrique, Jun 25, 2011 Juan Enrique macrumors newbie Joined: Jun 25, 2011 #19 Thanks Very useful information,

And the bookmarked links idea is great.