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  1. Hi all, This is all the steps to connect from remote to your VNC Server using Domotz Pro: To remote control a Mac/Linux/Windows through VNC: To remote control a Mac/Linux or Windows with VNC, use Domotz with a TCP tunnel to port 5900 (VNC standard port - please change accordingly if you have a different setting). For instance on Mac, enable the native VNC server on Mac OS go to System Preferences > Sharing and then enable the Screen Sharing option.With the Screen Sharing enabled do the following on Domotz: Select the Mac host Go to the Connection tab. Create a tunnel to 5900 port Copy the port and host provided (e.g. us-west-2-tcp.domotz.co:32814) Open your VNC Client (e.g. RealVNC, TightVNC) and connect to the provided address and port)
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