Back to My Mac Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Back to My Mac was a feature introduced with Mac OS X Leopard (10.5) that uses Wide-Area Bonjour to securely discover services across the Internet and automatically configure ad hoc, on-demand, point-to-point encrypted connections between computers using IPsec. The current version of the feature requires users to have iCloud set up, as well as an Apple ID.
A user mentioned, "At one time, Back to My Mac worked well for me. But in the last year or so, I find it rarely works when I’m on the road. It's exasperating."
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In The News
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Computerworld reports"How to replace Back to My Mac now that Apple has killed it"
TechRadar reports"Back to My Mac killed in all versions of macOS"
CNET reports"iTunes is dead. Here's how to back up and sync your iPhone in MacOS Catalina"