The Latest Version Of Snow Leopard Unleashed
Apple has launched new Client and Server versions of the newest incremental update for the Snow Leopard operating system and it is now available for download. The Mac OS X 10.6.7 software was tested internally by Apple developers for over two months straight and it is now available for purchase.
The software has also been provided with general operating system fixes that is guaranteed to improve the stability, compatibility and security of Macintosh computers. The fixes included in the Client update improves the reliability of Back to My Mac, resolved a problem that was there when transferring files to certain SMB servers and also helped to resolve a number of minor Mac App Store bugs.
These fixes have helped to resolve a number of issues and these include improving the way videos are displayed in wiki pages that have special characters in their URL. It has also improved the reliability of Wikis after rebooting.
Wiki server cache verification has also been improved. The reliability of Web server restarts has also been improved. The iChat server now behaves correctly with .local domains. You will also be able to capture videos reliably using Epiphan devices with Podcast Producer. The correct display of 12 digit hardware serial number has also been improved on.
The Mac OS X 10.6.7 update is suggested for all servers that are currently running Snow Leopard Server. Apple has also addressed a number of security concerns in both editions of Snow Leopard. Some of these security concerns are as follows. With the AirPort utility, when connected to Wi-Fi, an attacker on the same network may be able to cause a system reset, although this issue does not affect systems prior to Mac OS X v10.6. The AirPort Express is powerful enough to run a home Wi-Fi network and it is small enough to take on the road.