Apple Remote Desktop

Apple Remote Desktop for PC and Mac

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  • Category: Utilities
  • Release date: 2022-12-15
  • Licence: $79.99
  • Software version: 3.9.6
  • File size: 12.67 MB
  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and Mac OS 10, 11 10.14.6
  • How it works | What is Apple Remote Desktop?


Whatʹs Great

1. Distribute software, provide real-time online help to end-users, create detailed software and hardware reports, and automate routine management tasks — all from your own Mac.

2. -Control Virtual Network Computing (VNC)–enabled computers including Windows, Linux and UNIX systems.

3. -Use a Task Server to assemble inventory reports, even from mobile systems not connected to the network.

4. Apple Remote Desktop is the best way to manage the Mac computers on your network.

5. -Save workflows as plug-ins to provide simple, customised interfaces to Apple Remote Desktop features.

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Apple Remote Desktop Features and Description


Key Features

Latest Version: 3.9.6

  • Licence: $79.99


  • What does Apple Remote Desktop do? Microsoft Remote Desktop is the best way to manage the Windows computers on your network. Distribute software, provide real-time online help to end-users, create detailed software and hardware reports, and automate routine management tasks — all from your own Windows. Software Distribution -Easily copy and install software on remote Windows systems. -Encrypt network data when copying packages and files. -Configure a Task Server to assist with package installations on offline computers. Remote Assistance -Observe and control your Windows computers. -Transfer files between Windows computers using Drag and Drop. -Copy and paste information between any two computers. -Prevent end-users from viewing the screen while you control their systems with Curtain Mode. -Control Virtual Network Computing (VNC)–enabled computers including Windows, Linux and UNIX systems. Remote Administration -Perform over a dozen commands securely on remote Windows systems. -Remotely lock screens, sleep, wake, restart and shutdown of Windows systems. -Execute UNIX shell scripts or commands on your client systems. Asset Management and Reporting -Perform lightning-fast searches with Remote Spotlight search. -Gather reports on more than 200 Windows hardware attributes. -See reports on user logins and application use. -Use a Task Server to assemble inventory reports, even from mobile systems not connected to the network. Automation -Automate routine management tasks using Automator in PC. -Get started immediately with over 40 actions. -Chain actions together to create powerful system administration workflows. -Combine actions with other application actions to create end-to-end solutions. -Save workflows as plug-ins to provide simple, customised interfaces to Microsoft Remote Desktop features.

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    Software Installation Requirements


    PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

    Compactible OS list:
    1. Windows 11
    2. Windows 10
    3. Windows 8.1
    4. Windows 7
    5. Windows Vista

    Requirements for MacOS Installation

    Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

    Compactible OS list:
    1. OS X 10.10: Yosemite
    2. OS X 10.11: El Capitan
    3. macOS 10.12: Sierra
    4. macOS 10.13: High Sierra
    5. macOS 10.14: Mojave8
    6. macOS 10.15: Catalina
    7. macOS Big Sur (macOS 11)

    FAQs


    Apple Remote Desktop - Is it safe to download?

    Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

    Software Reviews and Critisims


    • By TerryMundo
      3

      Hidden settings with Upgrade issue

      I’ve been using Remote desktop for years (maybe over 10) It has had some isssues over the years. Currently people seem to have the same issue as me, the app forced an update on my computer but older comptuers can’t update. You can go to prefrences and click on ‘Allow Communication with older clients (less Secure)’ THis will fix the issue. Then you can update the clients remotely if needed. Forcing secure connections is what Microsoft and other companies need to do today. I am able to manage 60 computers remotley from diffrent locations, even thousands of miles away. Install, update, reboot and change configurations. I think it’s great, however, clients do disapper at times and need to be put back in. Reports hang at times but after a reboot work again. There are some bugs with the software. Over the years it seems that it has gotten more buggy. In all I use it everyday and when I do have a probelm I am able to fix it rather quickly by googling the issue.


    • By REXprints
      1

      Gone critical

      I’m a professor. I’ve got a couple dozen iMacs to manage, with attendant students. ARD was critical in deploying software, shutting down, locking screens for lectures and tests, distributing files, on-screen help and discreet messagesfor individual students, student presentations and demo’s. I’ve used it for years, forgiving it’s little erratic stumbles and false problems, but the last upgrade (admin app) and update (client side) have ended all that. The dread “Failed to Authenticate” issue is sometimes a false problem you can ignore, but now almost always a critical fail. After getting blown around in the storm of on-line questions and solutions from all the other disappointed users, I’ve given up. I have cobbled together AirDrop, Bluetooth, thumb drive, and cloud work-arounds for some functionalities, but basically ARD has seriously degraded my ability to teach and manage the college studio courses. I depended on it all day every day, so I’m very sorry Microsoft hasn’t come up with a solution. Such a pity for a company which successfully made education its core market.


    • By WPS_Tech
      1

      Just horrible

      We use this in a public school district. Initially it worked great, but as time went on, newer versions became buggier and buggier. Right now we experience the following; 1. Machines constantly showing up as “Access Denied”. Get info, enter the admin password and it’s fine. Quit and reopen ARD and different machines will now show as “Access Denied”. 2. Machines that show as “Offline” and remain offline until you quit and restart ARD, then it’s active. 3. Dragging a small .pkg to one PC takes a minute to send and install. Dragging the same package to two machines at the same time takes 30 minutes (LAN, not wi-fi). 4. We have a Windows Mini we’d like to use as a Task Server to push .pkg files to remote laptops in mobile carts as they come online. Every week we fight with getting the Task Server to actually enable and more time getting our admin ARD clients to see that it’s available. Wait a few days and "Task Server is unavailable”. None of these problems existed in earlier versions of ARD 3.x.


    • By CATnJT
      1

      Was best the thing ever, now just a total frustration

      I support over 1500 macs and have survived thanks to ARD, until now. With the upgrade to 3.9 I have managed to survive the simple issue of allowing older clients and the oddball “holding old IP’s” so that you think you are connecting to one computer but really getting a different computer that now has that IP. Now I am finding that I spend half my time doing a Get Info and pretending to make a change to get the computer to become Available because they just don’t seem to be noticed by ARD Admin. I have to constantly manually override the IP’s that even when ARD says the computer is available isn’t really because it is an old IP. Now every one of my computers that the users have ran software updates and their client is now 3.9.3 will not let me observe or control. I can do everything else but it just says nothing or finally gives an error.


    • By Ageostrophic
      4

      Quickly Helpful

      I found this to be quickly a very helpful tool. I balked at paying the ~$80 price for this app for many years, but finally gave in. I have to support my family and I made it a requirement that they get Macs if they wanted the support. They did, but I totally lost in the end, because the support they require is always too much. Now, I can a lot more easily support them remotely with this application. I have only touched the surface of this app, I am sure there are some annoyances once you get to the power user level, but for me this is so very helpful compared to what I had been doing: Screen Share and Terminal.


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