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How to securely control another Mac over the internet
Authored by: ssamani on Jun 23, '05 04:39:50AM

OK, got this working, once I realised that I was also running OSXvnc on my dad's machine and that and ARD were conflicting. However I have one issue. On Tiger 10.4.1, if I enable the ARD service, the firewall port 5900 is opened automatically and I cannot disable it in the Firewall tab of the Sharing preference panel. (It says I have to disable the ARD service in the services tab). How do I disable that to make it as secure as mentioned in the article?

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