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Remote access from an apple computer to a microsoft network like "go to my pc"

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One of our users needs to access our company network via an apple. Other user access the network through "go to my pc. Is there a program similar to GTMP that we could use?
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GoToMyPC can be used on a MAC to access a Windows PC/Network  
"Access your PC from any Web browser on any operating system at any time. Even work on your office Microsoft® Windows® PC from your Macintosh® at home"
https://www.gotomypc.com/personalFAB.tmpl?SessionInfo=111936846:0AC967C5B7E4630

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Also if looking for another alternative, there is a MAC Remote Desktop client available to access your work PC using the built in Remote Desktop feature.
http://www.microsoft.com/mac/otherproducts/otherproducts.aspx?pid=remotedesktopclient
However, this and most other similar products require some minor port forwarding changes to your router/firewall unlike GoToMyPC
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