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Mac OS X Server 10.4 Tiger Essential Training
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Mac OS X Server 10.4 Tiger Essential Training

with Sean Colins

Video: Welcome

Apple has successfully wrapped over 100 open source projects into its server software, and has built powerful and easy-to-use tools to manage them. In Mac OS X Server v10.4 Tiger Essential Training, Certified Apple Consultant Sean Colins delves into the details of the software's services and configuration options. Sean will teach you how to tap into Mac OS X Server's power and stability at the basic to intermediate level of server administration. You'll learn everything required to set up Mac OS X Server to do just what you need, from getting the recommended hardware to testing your server. Sean also teaches you about server management services and server administration, network sharing, and working with both human and hardware clients.
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  1. 1m 12s
    1. Welcome
      1m 12s
  2. 31m 46s
    1. Controlling the entire process
      2m 44s
    2. Overview of OS X Server and why you might want to use it
      6m 7s
    3. What's new in Tiger Server?
      1m 9s
    4. 64-bit computing
      1m 47s
    5. Access control lists
      3m 54s
    6. iChat Server
      2m 58s
    7. Software Update Server
      3m 8s
    8. Weblog Server
      1m 7s
    9. Junk mail and virus filtering
      1m 20s
    10. Ethernet link aggregation
      2m 13s
    11. Gateway Setup Assistant
      1m 54s
    12. Xgrid
      3m 25s
  3. 10m 46s
    1. Xserve G5
      4m 16s
    2. Xserve RAID
      2m 36s
    3. Apple Remote Desktop 2
      1m 38s
    4. Fibre Channel PCI-X card
      2m 16s
  4. 35m 16s
    1. Tiger Server system requirements
      3m 31s
    2. Real world needs by service
      1m 13s
    3. File service system requirements
      8m 57s
    4. Network services system requirements
      4m 1s
    5. Communication services system requirements
      5m 19s
    6. Content publishing system requirements
      2m 16s
    7. Hardware for a good server
      6m 7s
    8. Backup: What really works?
      3m 52s
  5. 1h 21m
    1. Installing OS X Server
      3m 40s
    2. Backing up before an upgrade
      9m 22s
    3. Remote installation pt. 1
      4m 40s
    4. Remote installation pt. 2
      2m 22s
    5. Remote installation pt. 3
      8m 59s
    6. Remote installation pt. 4
      5m 12s
    7. Server Setup Assistant
      23m 33s
    8. What is Server Admin?
      4m 15s
    9. Troubleshooting remote software updates in a 10.4.0 installation
      11m 8s
    10. What is Workgroup Manager?
      5m 34s
    11. What is Server Monitor?
      2m 31s
  6. 4h 29m
    1. Properly setting server info and hostname
      19m 0s
    2. Setting up DNS on OS X Server to support open directory and other functions
      13m 36s
    3. Properly setting the hostname to a fully qualified domain name
      9m 8s
    4. Using Changeip
      7m 26s
    5. Open directory
      9m 2s
    6. AFP (Apple File Protocol)
      14m 41s
    7. DHCP (Dynamic Host Control Protocol)
      6m 37s
    8. Firewall pt. 1
      16m 23s
    9. Firewall pt. 2
      16m 12s
    10. FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
      5m 45s
    11. iChat Server
      7m 15s
    12. Mac OS X Mail Server pt. 1
      4m 26s
    13. Mac OS X Mail Server pt. 2
      13m 11s
    14. Mac OS X Mail Server pt. 3
      14m 34s
    15. Mac OS X Mail Server pt. 4
      6m 45s
    16. Mac OS X Mail Server pt. 5
      17m 33s
    17. NAT (Network Address Translation)
      5m 28s
    18. Netboot pt. 1
      17m 44s
    19. Netboot pt. 2
      3m 31s
    20. NFS (Network File System)
      1m 22s
    21. Print Server
      6m 18s
    22. QuickTime Streaming Server
      8m 40s
    23. Software Update Server
      5m 49s
    24. VPN (Virtual Private Network)
      11m 53s
    25. Web Server
      17m 39s
    26. WebObjects
      1m 43s
    27. Windows services
      3m 37s
    28. XGrid
      4m 25s
  7. 3m 59s
    1. Logging in and local vs. open directory admin
      3m 59s
  8. 30m 20s
    1. Presets and creating a new user
      7m 29s
    2. Advanced account configuration
      3m 29s
    3. Group memberships
      2m 30s
    4. Network Homes
      1m 47s
    5. User mail settings
      2m 18s
    6. User print quotas
      1m 54s
    7. User information
      6m 21s
    8. User Windows configuration
      4m 32s
  9. 6m 21s
    1. Creating new groups
      3m 25s
    2. Groups within groups
      2m 56s
  10. 7m 13s
    1. Creating computer lists
      2m 10s
    2. Managing groups of computers
      3m 28s
    3. Computer lists continued
      1m 35s
  11. 41m 39s
    1. General configuration of a network share
      4m 18s
    2. Configuring access privileges and using ACLs
      8m 7s
    3. AFP-specific access
      3m 15s
    4. SMB- or Windows-specific access
      5m 9s
    5. FTP access
      1m 23s
    6. NFS access
      7m 55s
    7. Network auto mounts
      11m 32s
  12. 13m 19s
    1. Creating managed network settings
      10m 31s
    2. Applying settings to client systems
      2m 48s
  13. 11m 27s
    1. Available preferences
      9m 39s
    2. Editing preferences and using preference manifests
      1m 48s
  14. 13m 55s
    1. Further study and resources
      1m 58s
    2. Apple training options
      2m 19s
    3. Apple certifications
      3m 43s
    4. Late breaking news
      5m 55s

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Mac OS X Server 10.4 Tiger Essential Training
9h 18m Beginner May 03, 2006

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Apple has successfully wrapped over 100 open source projects into its server software, and has built powerful and easy-to-use tools to manage them. In Mac OS X Server v10.4 Tiger Essential Training, Certified Apple Consultant Sean Colins delves into the details of the software's services and configuration options. Sean will teach you how to tap into Mac OS X Server's power and stability at the basic to intermediate level of server administration. You'll learn everything required to set up Mac OS X Server to do just what you need, from getting the recommended hardware to testing your server. Sean also teaches you about server management services and server administration, network sharing, and working with both human and hardware clients.

Subjects:
Business Developer Servers
Software:
Mac OS X Server
Author:
Sean Colins

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