Mac Integration Basics

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1 days - $595

Companies are increasingly integrating Mac computers into Windows or other standards-based network environments. This Mac Integration Basics course examines how to best use a Mac(s) in an organization that predominantly functions with a Microsoft Windows operating system and Windows Servers. This course is also ideal for users who need to replace a Windows computer with a Mac and for IT professionals who support Mac users

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08/01/202411:00 AM - 7:00 PM ET$595.00
  • Course Outline
  • Objectives
  • 1 – Directory Services

    • Connecting a Mac to a Directory Server
    • Using Network Account

    2 – File Sharing

    • Connecting to File Servers
    • Turning on Personal File Sharing

    3 – Email, Contacts, and Calendars

    • Managing Internet Accounts Preferences
    • Connecting to an Exchange Server
    • Connecting Mail to Non-Windows Servers
    • Adding Accounts in Mail, Contacts, and Calendars

    4 – Security

    • Built-in Security Features
    • Creating Strong Passwords
    • Using Two-factor Authentication
    • Setting a Firmware Password
    • Locking a Mac Screen
    • Creating User Accounts
    • Disabling Automatic Login

    5 – Protecting Start-up Disk Files

    • Ensuring that the Apps you Download are Safe
    • Providing Network Security

    6 – Printing

    • Connecting to a Local Printer
    • Setting up a Wireless Printer
    • Sharing your Printer
    • Setting up a Printer Shared by a Mac and a PC via SMB or CIFS
    • Setting up an IP Printer
    • Specifying Printer Features
    • Printing from a Network Printer

    7 – Instant Messaging

    • iMessage
    • Jabber
    • Configuring Messages
    • Adding Accounts
    • Chatting on a local network with Bonjour

    8 – Moving and Backing Up Content

    • Moving Content
    • Backing up Data with Time Machine
    • Running Windows on a Mac
    • Running Windows Natively or Virtually
    • Using Office
    • Using Cross-platform Apps
    • Using Cross-platform Files