Apple updated Apple Remote Desktop, the company’s remote control solution for the Mac, to version 3.5.2 on Wednesday. The update includes security improvements and a bug fix for Macs with multiple displays.
The patch notes for the update:
- Improves Screen Sharing authentication when using Kerberos, or when authenticating as a user with no password.
- Fixes issues controlling a remote computer with two displays when the primary display is on the rig
If you have Apple Remote Desktop installed, you will find the update in Software Update. You can download a standalone installer from Apple’s support site—it’s a 3.75MB download.