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In this course, author Sean Colins shows how to configure a Lion Server installation, while highlighting its ease of use. The course gives an overview on servers: what they are, why they're necessary, and how to set them up quickly. It also covers file sharing, managing iOS devices with the new Profile Manager, and creating and sharing podcasts in Podcast Publisher, plus productivity services such as iCal, Address Book Server, and iChat Server, which keep shared calendars, contacts, and chat conversations securely in your possession.
Hi! I'm Sean Colins. Welcome to Lion Server Essential Training! Lion Server is the latest version of Apple's Mac OS X Server operating system and it has some fantastic new features. We'll get started by setting up your network and integrating Apple's AirPort hardware for easy management. I'll demonstrate the brand-new Profile Manager, showing you how to enroll and manage devices including Macs and iOS devices like iPads and iPhones in your organization. We'll fully explore Server app and we'll see just how easy it is to manage.
Next, we'll set up essential services like Mail, the Wiki, and file sharing. Then we'll take a look at the all new Podcast Publisher. And later, I'll show you how easy it is to connect your iPhone, iPad, and Windows 7 devices to the services we Set Up. Lion Server is a big change from the previous version of Mac OS X Server. I think you're going to really enjoy our time together. Let's dive in!
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