You can use a Mac to access a computer via LogMeIn, as long as the Mac is running OSX.
If you are running 10.4 or higher, we have a plug-in that will allow you to control a PC or a Mac. You will be prompted to install this plug-in automatically when you first connect to the PC. There are some known issues when using Firefox initially, so please use the Safari browser when installing the plug-in.
Currently, support for older versions of OSX (10.3 and older) is limited to using LogMeIn in Java mode. In order to do this, the OSX machine being used to control the LogMeIn machine will need the latest version of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE). You will also need to use the Mozilla Firefox browser.
Please see the following link for instructions on how to install Java on OSX.
When you've connected to the target machine, go to Preferences > Remote Control Settings, and change the default remote control method to Java. Scroll to the bottom and click "apply". When you go to Remote Control, you will be prompted to run the Java control
Please note that the Remote Printing feature will not work while using OSX as a local machine to control the host.
The fully functional preview of LogMeIn Free for the Mac is available now at https://secure.logmein.com/products/mac. Because LogMeIn continually updates its services end users will be assured of always having the most up-to-date version available automatically. LogMeIn will introduce additional products for the Mac in the coming months.
I hope this helps. Please let us know if you have any further questions."
Bonsoir pour ceux qui n'y sont pas encore parvenus (faute de l'option (activer java dans les pref...)
il suffit depuis votre mac dans firefox (je n'ai pas essayé Safari) de supprimer et desactiver le plugin logmein installé et dans le futur le refuser, alors par defaut la machine se connecte en java et ca fonctionne parfaitement.