Quote: Originally Posted by kade119
i got ya, which software do u use for VNC and so a VNC is like setting the computer up as a server correct? and whoever connects to is a client? so basically ill be setting up both computers as a server?
do you have a good tut to follow to set both up for VNC? or can you explain here..? i like connecting the same way for both computers like you mentioned
negative - i read about VNC and many said it was slower than RDC.. ? on VNC can i drag and drop from one machine to another?
thanks for assisting me btw
I like RealVNC. Although I've actually paid for mine [pretty inexpensive] you can get a free version for small setups like yours. RealVNC - VNC Free Edition 4.1
The setup is pretty straight forward. However, RealVNC only has one version for OS X and that's the Enterprise edition.
For OS X, give JollyFastVNC a whirl. JollysFastVNC
The setup may be different for the two servers/clients but by default you can just enter an IP address and off you go. Both sites have tutorials for setting up in your environment to your liking.
When I set RealVNC up on my network, I left it pretty much like it was out of the box and just punch in IP addresses because they never expire on my network.