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Review Quiz

1:What is Apple Remote Desktop?
2:What are Apple Remote Desktop's system requirements for a client computer?
3:What are Apple Remote Desktop's system requirements for an administrator computer?
4:What are three things you can do to improve performance when you are using the Share Screen, Observe, or Control commands?
5:If you are unable to manage a computer on a remote network, what is one possible problem that needs to be resolved?

Answers

A1: Apple Remote Desktop is software that enables an administrator to view screens of other computers, control remote computers, and generate reports about and install software onto remote computers.
A2: Any Macintosh computer with PowerPC G3, G4, or G5 processor; or Xserve computer running Mac OS X v10.2.8 or later can run the Apple Remote Desktop client software.
A3: The system requirements for an administrator computer are the same as those for a client computer.
A4: Use fewer colors and a lower screen resolution on the screen you're sharing. Share screens only on local networks. Organize computers using Apple Remote Desktop into small groups.
A5: Access to the computer through UDP port 3283 is probably blocked. If the router is providing addresses via NAT, you will need to set port forwarding to forward UDP port 3283 to the client computer.


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