Apple delivered a new version of Remote Desktop to customers Tuesday, the first update to the software in nearly a year and the first major revision in almost two years. Remote Desktop 3, which allows users to control and administer Macs remotely, packs more than 50 new features, Apple said. Among these are support for Spotlight searching across remote Macs, a Dashboard widget, Automator support, an AutoInstall feature that automatically installs software on Macs when they reappear on the network, full drag and drop support to and from remote Macs, Application Usage and User History reports, and more.
Apple Remote Desktop 3 Released
2006-04-11 macOS 10 Comments
But But But But….
You can do this all in XP!!!!!!!
Just be looking over the new RD3 and it looks very impressive. We use a remote desktop client at work on a win 2k network this looks very impressive Apple have done a great job. System admin Apple style.
And I just ordered the unlimited client version this morning. I knew something was up when the Management Software for 2.0 was not updated for the Intel Macs. Oh well, only $299.
isn’t it a little pricey?
Does OSX have a built-in simple VNC-like client/server?