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Business Access. Christian Zibreg on August 21, Apple has said it will soon discontinue Back to My Mac , a zero-configuration macOS service that lets you easily connect to a remote Mac and manage it while away from home. With Back to My Mac, you can connect to a remote Mac securely over the Internet, transfer files between one computer to another and more.

How to transition from Back to My Mac

You can even use Back to My Mac to set up a network of Mac computers that you can access remotely. As first noted by MacRumors, the company is alerting customers via a push notification of the upcoming discontinuation of Back to my Mac in macOS Mojave. Indeed, visiting the iCloud preference pane in Mojave reveals that the Back to My Mac toggle is nowhere to be found. Apple has put together a handy support document explaining how to weather this transition. In addition to the ability to use Spotlight Search and the Finder to find files and folder on your remote Mac and drag them to your local computer , Back to My Mac supports screen sharing as well.