Course Overview

Mac Integration Basics 10.13 is a 1-day course. Organizations are increasingly integrating Mac computers into Windows or other standards-based network environments. But users and the IT professionals who support them can relax, because Mac integration is easy. This self-paced course provides step-by-step instructions for a successful integration.

CLASS INFORMATION
Price: 
$595
Duration: 
.5 days
Version: 
10.13
Certification: 
Apple Certified Associate - Mac Integration 10.13
Exam: 
Mac Integration Basics 10.13
    • Integrate a Mac into a Windows network environment.
    • Configure a Mac to work with Active Directory.
    • Take advantage of network services, file sharing, printing, instant messaging, email, calendars, and contacts.
    • Provide security at the user, local-networking, and remote-networking levels.
    • Migrate data from a Windows computer to a Mac.
    • Back up data.
    • Run Windows programs on a Mac.
  • Directory Services
    Connect a Mac to an Active Directory server.

    Share Files
    Connect to file servers, turn on personal file sharing.

    Configure Collaborative Services
    Manage Internet Accounts preferences, connect to an Exchange Server, connect Mail to non-Windows servers, add accounts in Mail, Contacts, and Calendars.

    Secure a Mac
    Built-In Security features, create strong passwords, use two-factor authentication, set a firmware password, lock a Mac screen, create user accounts, disable automatic login, protect start-up disk files, ensure that the apps you download are safe, provide network security.

    Print
    Connect to a local printer, connect to, share, and print from network printers.

    Move and Back Up Content
    Move content, back up content.

    Run Windows on a Mac
    Run Windows natively or virtually, Microsoft Office for macOS, cross-platform apps, cross-platform files.

  • To have the best learning experience with this self-paced course, you should understand how to use a Mac, a Windows computer, and computer peripherals.

    • Users who bring a Mac into organizations that predominantly use the Microsoft Windows operating system and Windows Server Essentials
    • Users who replace a Windows computer with a Mac
    • IT professionals who support Mac users in organizations that predominantly use Windows and Windows Server Essentials