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Apple Remote Desktop updated with Yosemite support

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Apple has released a new update for Remote Desktop which will come as a godsend for administrators and users who found the app no longer working after updating to OS X Yosemite. The update fixes that issue, along with enhancing sending files and full screen viewing, and resolving other smaller issues. Here’s a complete list of what comes in version 3.8.

  • Support for OS X Yosemite including updated interface
  • Enhancements for sending files using Copy Items
  • Fixes for remotely viewing clients in full screen mode
  • Multi-observe improvements for viewing large number of clients

You can download the update right now in the App Store.

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