Apple OS X Snow Leopard Server Training Video

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Apple OS X Snow Leopard Server Training Video A Practical Mac Server Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills In this project-based Apple OS X Snow Leopard Server Training Video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications. Follow along with our expert instructor in this training course to get: Concise, informative and broadcast-quality Apple Server 10.6 Snow Leopard training videos delivered to your desktop The ability to learn at your own pace with our intuitive, easy-to-use interface A quick grasp of even the most complex Apple Server 10.6 Snow Leopard subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of Apple Server 10.6 Snow Leopard tutorial, online or offline... so you'll know the exact steps for your own projects. Course Fast Facts: Only 5.5 hours to complete this course 92 tutorial videos Expert instructors lead each course Download to any Windows PC or Mac and save for viewing off line Course is accessible 24/7 from any computer once downloaded You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time Course Description In this Apple OS X Snow Leopard Server Training Video tutorial, expert author Chris "Tarny" Tarnowieckyi walks you through the installation and configuration of the new Apple web server software.  Covering topics ranging from installing the Snow Leopard Server for the first time, through configuring the Firewall, Chris throughly covers the management of Server 10.6. This easy to follow, comprehensive Apple OS X Snow Leopard Server Training Video will start by walking you through the basics of installing and exploring 10.6 Server, and continues through managing and configuring your Server installation, including services such as SMB, NFS, FTP, iCal, iChat,...

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01. Introduction
  • Welcome
  • How To Use This Course
  • About Snow Leopard Server
  • 02. Setup And Management With Server Preferences
    • What You Need To Get Started
    • Setting Up An Administration Computer
    • Installing Mac OS X Server
    • Default Settings With Server Assistant
    • Server Preferences
    • Server Status Widget
    • Airport Integration
  • 03. Survey Mac OS X Server As A User
    • Connecting A New Mac Client
    • Finder And Spotlight Experience
    • Address Book
    • iCal
    • iChat
    • Mail
    • Wiki
  • 04. Setup And Management With Workgroup Manager And Server Admin
    • 0401 Best Practices With Server Assistant
    • 0402 Workgroup Manager
    • 0403 Server Admin
    • 0404 Getting The Server Documentation
  • 05. Foundation Network Services
    • 0501 Network Time Protocol (NTP)
    • 0502 To DHCP Or Not To DHCP
    • 0503 DNS Server
  • 06. Open Directory
    • 0601 A Short Introduction To Open Directory
    • 0602 Monitoring Open Directory With Server Admin
    • 0603 Password Policies
    • 0604 Archiving Open Directory Data
    • 0605 Securing An Existing Open Directory Client
  • 07. Using Workgroup Manager To Create And Edit Open Directory Objects
    • 0701 Creating And Editing Users
    • 0702 Creating And Editing Groups
    • 0703 Working With Computers And Computer Groups
  • 08. Managed Client Preferences
    • 0801 Managing Client Preferences
    • 0802 Observing Managed Client Preferences As A User
    • 0803 Creating A Mobile Account
    • 0804 Creating An External Account
  • 09. Services And Administration Access
    • 0901 Configuring Services Access In Server Admin
    • 0902 Configuring Services Administrators In Server Admin
    • 0903 Configuring Limited Administrators
    • 0904 Configuring Full Administrators
  • 10. Software Update Service
    • 1001 Configuring Software Update Service
    • 1002 Managing Software Update Service
    • 1003 The Two Ways To Configure Client Macs To Use Software Update Service
    • 1004 Updating The Sever Software With Server Admin
  • 11. Time Machine Backups
    • 1101 How Time Machine Works
    • 1102 Configuring Time Machine On A Client
    • 1103 Configuring Time Machine On A Server
    • 1104 Managing Time Machine
  • 12. File Sharing
    • 1201 Apple Filing Protocol (AFP) Service
    • 1202 Windows File Services (SMB) Service
    • 1203 Network File System (NFS) Service
    • 1204 File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Service
    • 1205 Configuring Share Points
    • 1206 Managing Share Point Permissions
    • 1207 Enable Automounts For Shared Applications, Shared Libraries, User Home Folders, And Group Folders
    • 1208 Exploring Automounts From A Mac Client
  • 13. Mail Server
    • 1301 Configuring The Mail Service With The Service Configuration Assistant
    • 1302 Enabling User Mail Accounts In Workgroup Manager
    • 1303 Configuring Mail Service Manually In Server Admin
    • 1304 Configuring Mailing Lists
    • 1305 Mail Security Considerations
    • 1306 Exploring The Mail Service from Mail
  • 14. Web Hosting
    • 1401 Starting The Web Service With A Default Website
    • 1402 Exploring The Default And Personal Websites
    • 1403 Creating A New Website
    • 1404 Configuring Folder Listings
    • 1405 Configuring WebDAV
    • 1406 Configuring Realms
    • 1407 Managing Website Log Files
    • 1408 Securing Websites
  • 15. Wiki Server
    • 1501 Configuring The Wiki And Webmail Services In Server Admin
    • 1502 Exploring The Wiki Web Service With Safari
    • 1503 Exploring The Blogs Web Service With Safari
    • 1504 Exploring The Calendar Web Service With Safari
    • 1505 Exploring The Mail Web Service And Wiki Mail Groups
    • 1506 Exploring The "Log In To My Page"
  • 16. Address Book Server
    • 1601 Configuring The Address Book Service
    • 1602 Exploring The Address Book Server From Address Book
  • 17. iCal Server
    • 1701 Configuring The iCal Service
    • 1702 iCal Server Utility
    • 1703 Exploring The iCal Server From iCal
    • 1704 Delegation
  • 18. iChat Server
    • 1801 Configuring The iChat Service
    • 1802 Exploring The iChat Server From iChat
    • 1803 Examining iChat Log Files
  • 19. Netboot & NetInstall
    • 1901 Configuring The Netboot Service
    • 1902 Using System Image Utility
    • 1903 Observing The NetBoot Service
  • 20. Remote Access
    • 2001 Configuring The VPN Service
    • 2002 Configuring The Firewall Service
  • 21. Summary
    • 2101 Where To Get More Information
    • 2102 Goodbye

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