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OS X Advanced Server and Security 10.11 (SA 303)

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OS X Advanced Server and Security 10.11 (SA 303)

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OS X 10.11 Advanced Server and Security is a 3-day course designed to give system administrators the skills, tools, and knowledge to implement and maintain a network that uses OS X Server. Students learn how to install and configure OS X Server from the command line to provide network-based services, such as file sharing, DNS, DHCP, and Profile Manager. Command line tools for efficiently managing, configuring and troubleshooting OS X server are also covered. The course uses a combination of lectures and hands-on case study exercises.

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Course Description

OS X 10.11 Advanced Server and Security is a 3-day course designed to give system administrators the skills, tools, and knowledge to implement and maintain a network that uses OS X systems.  Students learn how to install and configure OS X Server from the command line to provide network-based services, such as file sharing, DNS, DHCP, and Profile Manager. Command line tools for efficiently managing, configuring and troubleshooting OS X server are also covered, as well as the skills necessary to secure OS X. The course uses a combination of lectures and hands-on case study exercises. 

 

Who Should Attend

System administrators who implement and maintain networks using OS X Server.

 

What You Will Learn

Advanced features not covered in OS X Server Esstentials

How to plan configure your Server, past the limitations of the Server App

How to secure the Mac manually as well as creating payloads to automatically secure these systems

How to utilize the many command line tools supplied by Apple

Understand OS X Installer Packages through the command line

 

Prerequisites

• Experience with OS X in a network environment

• ACSP 10.11 certified

• Experience using the command-line interface with OS X