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10.5: network setup command-line utility has moved Network
There have been several hints in the past about the contents of ARD and the networksetup command line utility. It is a very nice tool, and in OS X 10.4, it was found in /System » Library » CoreServices » Remotemanagement » ARDAgent » Contents » Support » networksetup. It is no longer there, but now instead, it is stored in /usr/sbin/networksetup.

So, if any of you were using scripts to push out network settings via ARD or a third party app like Casper, you should adjust your scripts accordingly. This change is only in Leopard, so all previoius versions of OS X can use the contents of the ARDAgent package.
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10.5: network setup command-line utility has moved
Authored by: scunning on Dec 09, '07 06:06:33PM

Tom -Thanks a million for pointing out networksetup
for several weeks I have been trying to change the MTU for wireless interface. Mac Genius bar, phone into apple help and nobody had any idea
Now it is so easy with that tool--man is that well hidden
thanks again steve



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