bynkii (bynkii) wrote,

Yaaaaay, they're doing the right thing!

No, not Apple! I mean Flip4Mac's QuickTime component installer is now doing the right thing via Apple Remote Desktop. I ran a test install of the Flip4Mac beta, specifically to test their last bullet in the change notes:
Improved support for installation using Apple Remote Desktop
You know what I saw when running the installer against a machine at the login window via Apple Remote Desktop?

Nothing No more Finder windows popping to tell me all about how Flip4Mac is teh h0ttz0r!

Good job guys, and from every sysadmin who had to deal with the problems of your earlier installers, thank you.
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