Bear in mind that I am not an employee of LMI, nor do I have any financial tie-in with them. Please also bear in mind that I am not trying to start any arguments as to which is the better computer. I am only presenting the information as I see it.
I thought OS X left people who owned MACS run software that was written for Windows ? Can't you run the LMI software in this mode ?
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Personally, I can't see many companies re-writing their code for only 3.5 percent of the computers.
However, some companies do, so maybe I am wrong about this.
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I have been told by LMI that Rescue and IT Reach would not work to control Mac systems. I suspect that is has much to do with the added value that is provided in the ability to show processes, transfer files and other troubleshooting tools.
But I would be happy if it was possible to just create a secure remote connection to remotely control the active users desktop.
I have never tried after being told it was in developement at LMI - some of this may actually work in the current Rescue product.
I would like to just inform all of you, Gents, that our dedicated experts are working on the OS X compatibility of the LogMeIn products, Rescue also. We are hoping to launch this value-added segment as a feature latest in this autumn.