Sierra 101+ 201 Server 5 Bootcamp 10.12

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.

Prerequisite

Students should have the following prerequisite knowledge prior to attending this course:

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

Expected Duration
5 day

Description

The Sierra 101+Server 5 Bootcamp is a combined delivery of the Apple authorizedSierra 101: macOS Support Essentials 10.12 (#5854) course and the FMC customizedSierra 201: OS X Server 5 Essentials 10.12(#5963)course. ThemacOS Support Essentials 10.12 Examis included with the class. (Exam is not included on private On-site or public virtual delivery.) 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.

For Connected Classroom attendees:
Connected events will be held at a local training center with state-of-the-art video conferencing equipment allowing the course to be broadcast to multiple locations. Students will have the same classroom experience and interact live with the connected classroom instructor. The instructor will be on a large, HD quality screen with interactive video and audio to listen and communicate with students. A second large HD quality screen will display the instructors live presentation.

Objective

Note: The instructor may, at his/her discretion, adjust the lesson plan to meet the needs of the class. Furthermore, Course dates are subject to change based on Apple’s release date of the curricula.

Part 1: Installation and Configuration

  • Install macOS Sierra
  • Setup and Configuration
  • macOS Recovery
  • macOS Software Updates

Part 2: User Accounts

  • User Accounts
  • User Home Folders
  • System Security
  • Keychain Management

Part 3: File Systems

  • File Systems and Storage
  • FileVault 2
  • Permissions and Sharing
  • File System Troubleshooting
  • SIP

Part 4: Data Management

  • Hidden Items and Shortcuts
  • System resources
  • Metadata and Spotlight
  • File Archives
  • Time Machine

Part 5: Applications and Processes

  • Application Installation
  • Document Management
  • Application Management and Troubleshooting

Part 6: Network Configuration

  • Network Essentials
  • Advanced Network Configuration
  • Network Troubleshooting

Part 7: Network Services

  • Network Services
  • Host Sharing and Personal Firewall

Part 8: System Management

  • Peripherals and Drivers
  • Print and Scan
  • System Troubleshooting

Part 9: Configuring and Monitoring macOS Server 5

  • Installing OS X Server
  • Providing DNS Records
  • Exploring the Server App
  • Configuring SSL Certificates
  • Using Status and Notifications
  • Backing Up macOS Server 5

Part 10: Configuring Accounts

  • Managing Local Users
  • Configuring Open Directory Services
  • Managing Local Network Accounts

Part 11: Managing Devices with Configuration Profiles

  • Configuring macOS Server 5 to Provide Device Management
  • Managing with Profile Manager

Part 12: Sharing Files

  • Configuring the File Sharing Service
  • Defining File Access

Part 13: Implementing Deployment Solutions

  • Leveraging NetInstall
  • Caching Content from Apple
  • Implementing the Software Update Service

Part 14: Providing Network Services

  • Offering Time Machine Network Backup
  • Providing Security via the VPN Service
  • Providing DHCP
  • Hosting Websites

Part 15: Using Collaborative Services

  • Providing Mail Service
  • Configuring the Wiki Service
  • Implementing the Calendar Service
  • Managing the Contacts Service
  • Providing the Messages Service

Part 16: Managing macOS Server 5 with Command Line

*Includes authorized Apple Pro Training Series workbooks.
Note: The 201 portion of this course is a customized class and property of FMC. It is not sponsored or authorized by Apple Inc.

SUBSCRIPTION COST


$3,795.00

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