- Understanding the El Capitan system requirements
- Installing and configuring El Capitan
- Protecting user data
- Performing a partial or full-system recover with Time Machine
- Installing applications
- Managing application preferences
- Monitoring the system
- Configuring security
- Directory binding
- Troubleshooting problems
- Understanding Spotlight problems and how to fix them
- Collecting system information
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Voiceover] Hi, I'm Sean Collins, and this is the IT Administrator's Guide to OS X El Capitan. This course pulls together, the last 25 years of my professional life administering Macintosh computers, and troubleshooting problems in IT, and condenses that knowledge into one short course. I've included the tips and tricks I've learned, for not only handling the equipment problems, but also how to work well with the people who need my help. We talk about assessing and planning for new Macs, installing the operating system and backing up and restoring user data.
I work on application management and show you how important it is to have a fully realized planning methodology, for both system deployment and troubleshooting. If you're among the growing group of IT administrators who now have the pleasure of administering OS ten systems as they enter your enterprise network, in droves, you're going to really enjoy this course. So sit back, relax, and get ready to learn all about IT administration of Mac OS X El Capitan.
1. Assessing and Planning
Get the most for your money6m 49s
2. Installing and Configuring
CoreStorage in El Capitan4m 22s
3. Protecting User Data
4. Application Management
5. System Monitoring
7. Networking and Directory Integration
8. Troubleshooting Common Problems
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