This seems to be an unfortunate side effect of having lost the ability to
We used to do manual remote installs exclusively using this technique. We
had a tool called OpenSesame (I think) written by Steve Hayman that
allowed you to run any NeXT application on any of the network machines and
display on your current console.
I keep hoping that the display model will be modified to support remote
display capability similar to the old display postscript or X-Windows
I'm a bit surprised there is not a shell script method to do a remote
On Wed, 10 Jul 2002, Michael G. Schabert wrote:
> At 8:56 AM -0500 7/10/02, CSC-Nesbitt, Sean M (N-Volt) wrote:
> >When you first receive the Apple Remote Desktop software, do you need to
> >initially go to each client machine to install a client version or can the
> >server side push the client version to each computer?
> IF you're already using ANAT, then it will be able to auto-update the
> client to the ARD version. Otherwise, you would need to walk around
> and install it manually everywhere.
> Bikers don't *DO* taglines.
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