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Is there any opensource soft as ARD to use for network installation ?


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Hi there,

I'm just wondering if is out there any replacement for ARD ?

What i need to do is to be able to install Adobe cs5.5 collection over network to multiple host here in our campus. I was told that i wont get ARD so i was thinking to use VNC instead but i don't think that it is capable to do installation over the network as it's far more simpler then ARD as far as i understand.

So if anyone here has an idea how to go around this with any other opensource software will be very appreciated as it could save me lot time.

Thank's in advance.
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