Currently Being ModeratedNov 5, 2013 11:01 AM (in response to SafetyNerd)
Actually after a few reboots and ignoring it, it started to work. So yay.
However, I did notice that when you create an admin user to bundle with the package (so I can remote them) and the install the package on a Mavericks workstation, the users never actually get installed on the new desktops. I followed the same process that worked under 3.6.x. Tried it on a few Mavericks laptops here, and no bueno.
Can anyone else replicate this, or am I just screwing up something in the process?
Currently Being ModeratedDec 3, 2013 11:12 AM (in response to SafetyNerd)
I bought a Mac server and installed ARD 3.7 fresh, and am getting the same errors and unable to create a custom client installer. C'mon Apple - this makes me look incompetent in front of my bosses.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 3, 2014 10:28 PM (in response to SafetyNerd)
Has anyone found the source of this problem? I've hit the same issue. ARD 3.7.1 on Mav 10.9.1. Still get the error no matter what I try for options or even making an unmodified installer -- "An unexpected error occurred trying to access required components."
What does that mean? Pretty useless error message.
Restarting seemed to help the above users, so I tried that 4x and then tried re-running this.
So then I removed ARD, removed everything from Application Support.
Restarted, empty trash, restart....
Currently Being ModeratedJan 8, 2014 8:14 AM (in response to SafetyNerd)
I had the same, tried both maverich and on Snow Leopard... as per previous comment, after a few reboots it suddenly (randomly) seemed to work and created an installer, which I send to the other sight but after using it still no connection was possible.
Solution seems to be with certian updates and reboots... the error message indeed seems lacking detail as to what really is the problem