Apple Remote Desktop is the best way to manage the Mac computers on your network. Distribute software, provide online help in real time to end users, create detailed software and hardware reports, and automate routine administrative tasks, all from your own Mac.
Features: Software Distribution
Copy and easily install Mac software on remote systems.
Encrypt network data when copying packages and files.
Configure a Task Server to help install packages on computers offline.
Observe and control your Mac computers.
Transfer files between Mac computers via drag and drop.
Copy and paste data between two computers.
Do not allow end users to view the screen while controlling your systems in shade mode.
Control computers with Virtual Network Computing (VNC), including Windows, Linux or UNIX systems.
Run safely over a dozen commands on remote Mac systems.
Lock screens, set at rest, active, restart and shut down remotely Mac systems.
Run commands or UNIX shell scripts on your client systems.
Asset management and reporting
Perform ultra-fast searches with the Remote Spotlight search.
Compile reports on more than 200 hardware attributes of Mac systems.
See reports on logins and use of user applications.
Use a Task Server to create inventory reports even from mobile systems not connected to the network.
Automate routine administrative tasks using Automator in OS X.
Start immediately with over 40 actions.
String action to create advanced workflow management systems.
Combine actions with actions of other applications to create comprehensive solutions.
Save workflows as simple modules to generate customized interfaces and functionalities of Apple Remote Desktop.