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  1. Unicase and Multicast: What's the Difference?
  2. Using ASR Multicast
  3. Network Considerations
  4. GUI Interfaces for ASR Multicast
  5. All in All: Another Example of Apple's Commitment to Education and Business Customers
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All in All: Another Example of Apple's Commitment to Education and Business Customers

ASR's new multicast capability is probably not something most consumers will notice, but it is something that any Mac network administrator will consider a godsend. It provides unprecedented speed for rolling out large numbers of computers for offices and schools. For educational customers, this means that the pre-semester or school year task of cleaning up and updating all the classroom and lab computers can now be done in a matter of hours, not a matter of days. It also reaffirms Apple's commitment to providing enterprise-caliber solutions, often at much lower investment costs than competing technologies.

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