Apple has updated Apple Remote Desktop, releasing version 2.1.

Apple Remote Desktop is a solution that helps Mac system administrators and others organising network-based solutions to manage multiple remote Macs from their desk.

The new release delivers enhanced functionality and improved reliability. Apple recommends it for all users of Apple Remote Desktop.

A series of key enhancements in this release include:

Support for full screen mode when controlling and observing remote computers.
Support for controlling and observing remote computers with multiple monitors.
Support for mouse scroll wheel and right-click when controlling remote computers.
Support for computer restart for packages that require a restart.
Improved reporting of output for the Send UNIX command.
Improved printing of hardware and software reports.
Improved remote data collection.
Improved file copy for files on networked home directories.
Enhanced column sorting in Administration application.

Where Apple Remote Desktop is employed as an Asset Management solution, the update delivers:

Improved printing of hardware and software reports.
Improved remote data collection.
You can now drag results from reports to the Finder. The items will then be copied from the client computers to the administrator's computer.

More information is available on Apple's site.