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What You've Learned

What You've Learned

  • With Apple Remote Desktop you can remotely control and manage Macintosh desktops. It's your complete solution for remote desktop access, remote assistance, system management, and software distribution.

  • ARD can run on a Macintosh computer with PowerPC G3, G4, or G5 processor; or an Xserve computer, with Mac OS X v10.2.8 or later installed and a Mac OS Extended (HFS+) formatted hard disk.

  • The Remote Desktop application provides a rich set of commands to manage computers. With Remote Desktop you can control remote computers, share screens, communicate with users, copy files to client computers, and generate various reports on the state of the client computers.

  • For best performance when using ARD, you should manage computers on the same local network. You should ensure that the size and resolution of the screens is not greater than the screen of the viewing computer. You should also organize computers into small lists.

References

The following documents provide more information about installing Mac OS X Server. (All of these and more are available at www.apple.com/server/documentation.)


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