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How do I run an OS X command script on remote Xserves from a desktop OS X script?
The answer to an earlier question, Access and control home office network, iMacs, and Xserves, left me with a new problem. To review, I have a computing environment comprised of: 27" iMac with dual ...
Jul 5 '12 at 18:44
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