Apple has released an update to the Mac OS X Server management tool, Macintosh Manager. The new version, 1.2.2, brings support for Macs running Mac OS 7.6.1. According to Apple's web site:
Macintosh Manager 1.2.2 is intended to be used with client computers that are connecting to a Mac OS X Server or AppleShare IP server that is running Macintosh Management Server 1.2.2. Version 1.2.2 adds support for client computers that have Mac OS 7.6.1 installed. You can manage Mac OS 7.6.1 client computers as well as those that have Mac OS 8.x or Mac OS 9 installed.
An introductory guide to Macintosh Manager can be found at: ftp://manuals.info.apple.com/Apple_Support_Area/Manuals/software/IntroToMacintoshManager1.0.pdf
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Mac OS 9 Networking (IP or AppleTalk) set up 800 x 600 minimum display resolution
Mac OS 7.6.1 or later (Earlier versions of the Mac OS are not supported.)
Networking (IP or AppleTalk) set up
Hardware Required MM Client requires at least a 68040 processor.
Macintosh Manager Admin requires a PowerPC processor.
This software consists of a self-mounting Disk Copy compressed image (.smi) file. Download this software to your hard drive and then double-click it to use it. You do not need Disk Copy to access .smi files. Read Download Help(http://asu.info.apple.com/swupdates.nsf/artnum/n1004) if you need assistance downloading software.