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Apple Remote Desktop 3 was designed to make managing an entire network as easy as managing a single Mac. New features allow users to take advantage of Tiger capabilities and search across the entire network. A new Dashboard Widget for easy access to remote units, 30 preprogrammed Automator actions for routine management tasks, and AutoInstall, which tracks upgrades to network units and automatically performs the install when a unit logs in, all combine to make a network manager's life easier. IHEs might be particularly interested in a faster version of Power Copy, to push documents out to the network; Remote Drag and Drop, allowing items to easily be moved from one network computer to another; and Application Usage and User History Reports, to track software compliance and monitor the use of unauthorized applications. The application works with the Panther operating system and the new Intel-based Macs, as well as supports VNC screen sharing. ARD3 is priced per administrator with education prices of $149 for up to 10 systems and $299 for unlimited systems. See it all at www.apple.com/remotedesktop.

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Title Annotation:WHAT'S NEW: Looking for higher-education and technology products and services? Start here.
Author:McClure, Ann
Publication:University Business
Date:Jun 1, 2006
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