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macOS Server and Support Essentials 10.12 Combined, Sydney, NSW

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CompNow Sydney, Unit 15, Perry Park Estate

33 Maddox Street

Alexandria, NSW 2015

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APL-MAC301-120-AU

macOS Server and Support Essentials 10.12 Combined (Sierra 101 and 201)

Apple Authorised Training

5 days of Professional Training. Lunch and refreshments provided

The Sierra 10.12 Bootcamp is a combined delivery of the Apple authorized Sierra 101 and Sierra 201 courses. This hands-on course provides an in-depth exploration of functionality and troubleshooting on macOS and the best methods for effectively supporting users of macOS systems.

This course also gives technical coordinators and entry-level system administrators the skills, tools, and knowledge to implement and maintain a network that uses macOS Server. Students learn how to install and configure macOS Server to provide network-based services, such as file sharing and authentication. Tools for efficiently managing and deploying macOS and software updates are also covered. The Apple Certification Exam for Apple Certified Support Professional may be taken after the end of the course or at a later date. A $100 discount on the cost of the ACSP exam is given to course attendees.

Outline

    • Installation and Configuration
      • Install macOS Sierra
      • Set Up and Configure macOS Reference
      • Use macOS Recovery
      • Update macOS Software
    • User Accounts
      • Manage User Accounts
      • Manage User Home Folders
      • Manage Security and Privacy
      • Manage User Account Passwords
    • File Systems
      • Manage File Systems and Storage
      • Manage FileVault
      • Manage Permissions and Sharing
      • Use Hidden Items, Shortcuts, and File Archives
    • Data Management
      • Manage System Resources
      • Use Metadata and File Search Technologies
      • Manage Time Machine
      • Install Applications
    • Applications and Processes
      • Manage Documents
      • Manage and Troubleshoot Applications
      • Manage Basic Network Settings
    • Network Configuration
      • Manage Advanced Network Settings
      • Troubleshooting Network Issues
      • Manage Network Services
    • Network Services
      • Manage Host Sharing and Personal Firewall
      • Troubleshoot Peripherals
    • System Management
      • Manage Printers and Scanners
      • Troubleshoot Startup and System Issues
      • System Troubleshooting
    • Configuring and Monitoring macOS Server
      • Installing macOS Server
      • Providing DNS Records
      • Exploring the Server App
      • Configuring SSL Certificates
      • Using Status and Notifications
      • Backing Up macOS Server
    • Configuring Accounts
      • Managing Local Users
      • Configuring Open Directory Services
      • Managing Local Network Accounts
    • Managing Devices with Configuration Profiles
      • Configuring macOS Server to Provide Device Management
      • Managing with Profile Manager
    • Sharing Files
      • Configuring the File Sharing Service
      • Defining File Access
    • Implementing Deployment Solutions
      • Leveraging NetInstall
      • Caching Content from Apple
      • Implementing the Software Update Service (Legacy)
    • Providing Network Services
      • Offering Time Machine Network Backup
      • Providing Security via the VPN Service
      • Providing DHCP
      • Hosting Websites
    • Using Collaborative Services
      • Providing Mail Service
      • Configuring the Wiki Service
      • Implementing the Calendar Service
      • Managing the Contacts Service
      • Providing the Messages Service


Who should attend

  • This course is designed for help desk specialists, technical coordinators, service technicians, and entry-level system administrators who implement and maintain networks using macOS Server or support Mac users, technical support personnel in businesses that use Macs for general productivity or creative design, and technical coordinators or power users who manage networks of computers running macOS - such as teachers and technology specialists who manage classroom networks or computer labs.

Prerequisites

  • Basic macOS knowledge
  • Basic troubleshooting experience
  • Experience with macOS in a network environment

What's Provided

Everything required to complete the course. Two laptops are provided for your use in the training room for the duration of the course.

A light lunch and refreshments are provided.

The course ebook is supplied for you to keep. (Value approx $65).

$100 towards cost of the certification exam is included, this may be taken at a later date .

Additional Information

Information about our venues including parking & transport map be viewed here.

We will send you a reminder prior to the course, please view our cancellation policy which can be viewed here. Please note there are late cancellation fees: within 72 hours a 50% fee and within 24 hours no refund.

Trainer

Richard Gynes, MSc. ACT, ACTC, is an Apple Certified Trainer and service engineer. After studying design and photography Richard worked as a museum photographer in the UK, before moving to education.

His 25 years of experience in education includes: training teachers in video production, teaching photography and working as a Media Resources Manager in Secondary and Primary education. Since 2007 he has been conducting Apple Mac, iPad and software training in Australia.

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33 Maddox Street

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