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Keeping current with LiveUpdate Schedule future updates

To view an application’s About box

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Start your product.

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Do one of the following:

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In Mac OS X v10.1, on the product menu, click About <product name>.

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In Mac OS 8.1–9.x, on the Apple menu, click About <product name>. The About box lists version number and copyright dates.

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When you’ve finished viewing the About box, click OK.

Schedule future updates w You can schedule an update in both Mac OS X v10.1 and in Mac OS 9. The operating system in which the update is scheduled must be running for the scheduled event to occur. In addition, in Mac OS X v10.1, the user who scheduled the event must be logged on. If these conditions are not true, the event occurs the next time the operating system is started, with the correct user logged on, if applicable.

You can set up events to run at a scheduled time, without your participation.

If your Macintosh is turned off during the time an event should take place, the event occurs the next time that you start your Macintosh.

Before scheduling an update, test it once manually. See “Update everything now” on page 53, and “Customize a LiveUpdate session” on page 53.

Schedule future updates in Mac OS 8.1–9.x

You can add, edit, and delete scheduled events in Mac OS 8.1–9.x.

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