Apple released the Monday update for OS X Server 3.1, which updates support for OS X 10.9.2 and makes some minor changes to its recent review ProFile Manager. The new update is identified as 13S4122, better than the previous version that was released in mid-February. Now that the 10.9.2 version is officially launched, Apple trying to launch as soon as possible and the final version update 3.1.
Updating OS X Server 3.1 requires the installation of OS X 10.9.2, which means MacBook is also required Pros and iMacs from mid-2007, as well as Mac Pros, Aluminum MacBooks and MacBook Airs from 2008, Mac minis and Xserves from 2009.
In addition, the Lock Bypass Activation Code is now automatically restored due to the monitored device, and developers have been asked to focus their attention on these areas. Only one known problem is listed, a defect where ProFile Manager will not work on upgrading or migrating from OS X Server 2.x. This problem, according to those from Apple, does not affect upgrade or migration from OS X Server 3.0.