Apple Remote Desktop update adds Leopard support

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Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) has been updated adding support for Mac OS X Leopard, as well as several new features.

In addition to Leopard compatibility, ARD also improved software distribution, asset management, remote control and remote assistance. Other changes with the release include improved reliability with slow responding DNS servers, OS Version column in computer lists now correctly identifies computers running Mac OS X 10.4.10 and restoring a minimized Apple Remote Desktop from the Dock now behaves correctly.

Apple Remote Desktop 3.2 is a Universal Binary updater application that will upgrade Apple Remote Desktop 3.0 or 3.1 installations on Intel- or PowerPC machines, according to Apple.

ARD 3.2 is available for download from Apple’s Web site.

This story, "Apple Remote Desktop update adds Leopard support" was originally published by PCWorld.

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