Installing applications on macOS and OS X computers is easy when you deploy apps as packages via the Terminal using the Installer command for silent deployments over the network.
Using multiple third-party management suites, it’s fairly easy to deploy software applications to Mac computers. Apple’s native solution, Apple Remote Desktop, offers many of the same features at a fraction of the price and with fewer configuration requirements.
If your organization doesn’t have the necessary infrastructure, or if you just need a quick and easy solution to deploy a few packages on your macOS devices, the Installer command is a great way to get apps out in a snap or script to target devices as needed.
Most importantly, since the command runs on Terminal and the app is included in all versions of macOS and OS X, …
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