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Authored by: oem on Mar 11, '03 02:28:17PM

I just checked it and does not work anymore.

I'm sure I could do it in prior version of 10.2 (maybe was it in 10.0.x ??) but I also did screenshots of the boot process !!!

All was then recuperable on the root's desktop folder.

apparently this feature (bug?) is not available anymore.
in list of User or Name & Password Login options.
I forgot about this but now that I can't do it I miss it.
Sorry for this NON-Hint

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Authored by: MarsViolet on Mar 12, '03 12:14:26AM

Yes, I remember this working! It used to save the screenshot on the Desktop of the root account. I haven't tried it for a while. Damn shame it's gone.

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And ARD doesn't do it for you?
Authored by: johnd on Mar 14, '03 02:17:16PM

Instead of CLI - if you are already using two machines, just observe the screen in a window using Apple Remote Desktop. You can use cmd-shift-4 on the admin station and capture anything on the observed system.

The Mac way.

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