ADAM: ARD Database Access Manager ADAM permits localhost access to your ARD database via TCP/IP sockets.�Why would you want to do this? By permitting localhost access via TCP/IP sockets, PHP scripts on the same machine can access the information in the database. This allows you to write customized PHP scripts that query the database and present the data in a variety of formats.� For example, you could write a PHP script that reports on all of the information contained within the database about a particular computer. Or you could write a script that provides summary information about all of the machines within your organization. More interestingly, you can retrieve information from the database to be used in a post-action script to NetRestore to set the computer name, IP address, DNS information, etc. Download ADAM now to tap the potential of ARD 2 and open up a new realm of asset management!
File Size73.24 kB
Operating System Mac OS X 10.3 Macintosh
System RequirementsMac OS 10.3 or later with BSD subsystem
Apple Remote Desktop v. 2.0+