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Apple Certified Technical Coordinator 10.11

Author: Don Pezet

The Apple Certified Technical Coordinator (ACTC) certification verifies that you have a foundational understanding of OS X and OS X Server core functionality. ACTC certification... Read more

Apple Certified Technical Coordinator 10.11

In this series, you'll gain foundational knowledge of OS X and OS X Server.

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Apple Certified Technical Coordinator 10.11: Configuring and Monitoring OS X Server

by Don Pezet

Oct 13, 2016 / 3h 57m

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Description

If you're interested in the Apple Certified Technical Coordinator Certification, or just in learning about how to launch your Mac OS X Server and get started with a new account, this course is for you! First, you'll go through installing the OS X Server before learning how to monitor and maintain system health through certificates and remote monitoring.

Table of contents
  1. Installing OS X Server Part 1
    29m 53s
  2. Installing OS X Server Part 2
    33m 35s
  3. Domain Name System
    37m 29s
  4. Remote Management
    33m 59s
  5. Certificates
    34m 8s
  6. Monitoring
    30m 4s
  7. OS X Maintenance
    37m 52s
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Apple Certified Technical Coordinator 10.11: Configuring Accounts

by Don Pezet

Oct 12, 2016 / 2h 16m

Beginner • 2h 16m

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If you're interested in the Apple Certified Technical Coordinator Certification, or just in learning about how to configure the accounts on your Mac OS X Server, this course is for you! You will learn how to create and manage user accounts before moving on to authentication practices and open directory.

Table of contents
  1. User Accounts
    31m 7s
  2. User Accounts - Part 2
    33m 46s
  3. User Authentication
    34m 33s
  4. Open Directory
    37m 30s
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Apple Certified Technical Coordinator 10.11: Managing Devices with Configuration Profiles

by Don Pezet

Oct 12, 2016 / 1h 38m

Beginner • 1h 38m

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If you're interested in the Apple Certified Technical Coordinator Certification or just in learning about how to configure the profiles on your Mac OS X Server this course is for you! First, you will learn how to use the Profile Manager to deploy configuration profiles to end user machines. Then you will learn how to use some of the settings that can be configured, including enrolling clients. Finally, you will learn about password settings, power management options, logon banners, WiFi profiles, and so much more!

Table of contents
  1. Configuration Profiles
    34m 5s
  2. Configuration Profiles - Part 2
    32m 35s
  3. Configuration Profiles - Part 3
    31m 37s
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Apple Certified Technical Coordinator 10.11: Sharing Files

by Don Pezet

Oct 5, 2016 / 39m

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If you're interested in the Apple Certified Technical Coordinator Certification or just in learning about how to fully utilize different tools and solutions on your Mac OS X Server in a collaborative manner, this course will help you do just that. In this episode, Wes and Don demonstrate using the Server App to create Share Points inside of Mac OS X. They discuss the various file sharing protocols, and examine the various permissions provided by POSIX and ACL based permission schemes.

Table of contents
  1. Sharing Files
    39m 51s
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Apple Certified Technical Coordinator 10.11: Implementing Deployment Solutions

by Don Pezet

Oct 19, 2016 / 2h 47m

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If you're interested in the Apple Certified Technical Coordinator Certification or just in learning about how to fully utilize different tools and solutions on your Mac OS X Server this course is for you! First, you'll learn about how to set up a caching server inside of Mac OS X. Then, you'll learn about using a software update service. Next, you'll learn about deploying OS X El Capitan images using NetInstall and NetRestore before finally deploying images over a network.

Table of contents
  1. Caching Server
    29m 59s
  2. Software Update
    31m 5s
  3. Deployment with NetInstall
    40m 56s
  4. Deployment with NetRestore
    35m 14s
  5. Deploying an Image
    30m 26s
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Apple Certified Technical Coordinator 10.11: Providing Network Services

by Don Pezet

Oct 12, 2016 / 2h 46m

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If you're interested in the Apple Certified Technical Coordinator Certification or just in learning about how to fully utilize different tools and solutions on your Mac OS X Server, this course is for you! In this course, you will learn about how to set up a Time Machine for centralized management of backups, how and when to use a VPN on an OS X Server, the role that DHCP plays in your OS X Server, and finally, different considerations and services that should be taken into account when setting up your OS X Server.

Table of contents
  1. Time Machine
    31m 12s
  2. DHCP
    33m 34s
  3. Virtual Private Networks
    35m 24s
  4. Basic Web Server
    33m 43s
  5. Advanced Web Server
    32m 26s
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Apple Certified Technical Coordinator 10.11: Using Collaborative Services

by Don Pezet

Oct 12, 2016 / 2h 59m

Beginner • 2h 59m

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If you're interested in the Apple Certified Technical Coordinator Certification or just in learning about how to fully utilize different tools and solutions on your Mac OS X Server in a collaborative manner, then this course is for you! In this course, you will learn about setting up and using a network-wide mail server and integrating your information through calendar, message, and contacts servers. Lastly, you will learn about how Wiki Websites can be used.

Table of contents
  1. Wiki Websites
    29m 6s
  2. Mail Server
    36m 55s
  3. Mail Server - Part 2
    25m 11s
  4. Calendar Server
    30m 54s
  5. Contacts Service
    28m 28s
  6. Messages Service
    28m 51s

What you will learn

  • How to configure and monitor the OS X Server
  • How to configure accounts, set up passwords, and use open directory
  • Manage a large volume of devices with configuration profiles
  • Share files across the network
  • Use NetInstall and NetRestore to configure deployment
  • Provide network services and use collaborative services, email, messages, and calendars across the network

Pre-requisites

To get the most out of this path it is recommended that you have basic knowledge of Apple products, including launching and configuring an OS X Server.