Currently Being ModeratedRe: ARD is saying that Macbooks are sleeping when really they aren't so I can't connect. Please Help!Oct 15, 2012 9:58 AM (in response to LeviW)
This kind of thing happens to me lots. Has been for a long time. What usually fixes it for me is to quit ARD and relaunch it. That seems to force ARD to update the status of clients.
Currently Being ModeratedRe: ARD is saying that Macbooks are sleeping when really they aren't so I can't connect. Please Help!Oct 18, 2012 11:56 PM (in response to LeviW)
i've been having this problem for a while as well and everytime an update comes out i cross my fingers that this will be fixed...
as iGary said quitting ARD always solves the issue but that is a very inconvenient workaround.....
anyone else have any insight into this? i always thought it was due to my IP settings, firewall or router settings...although i am running static IPs so i don't know....
Currently Being ModeratedRe: ARD is saying that Macbooks are sleeping when really they aren't so I can't connect. Please Help!Nov 16, 2012 7:54 AM (in response to LeviW)
I been having this same problem, but it also happens when you login remotely to the workstation, it disconnects the only fix is to close the application and open it again.
lately apple has been breaking the application more than fixing it, is too bad because ARD used to be a great application, lets hope they can fix this problems soon.
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i thought i would just share a simplier (although a temporary patch, not a fix) that i learned by hunting around the forums and interwebs....
just hit command + y to "refresh" - the command is also found contextually under the "File" menu then choose "Refresh"
this will help a bit....