Remote administration is a science akin to magic for most computer users. Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) puts the power of remote administration in your hands, offering an easy way to manage all the Mac computers on your network without ever leaving your desk. In this course, expert Sean Colins will show you how to install software on many computers at once, monitor activity, assist your users, and effortlessly gather data for all the computers in your environment. Sean also covers ARD's advantages for two types of people outside the IT department: teachers in the classroom and consultants managing client systems.
What is remote administration?
Adding and grouping computers
Monitoring, controlling, and locking computers remotely
Sending UNIX commands
Creating inventory and software reports
Finding items on one or many computers
Working with a task server
Using Remote Desktop in the classroom
Deploying with ARD