The El Capitan 10.11 Bootcamp is a combined delivery of the Apple authorized El Capitan 101 and El Capitan 201 courses. This hands-on course provides an in-depth exploration of functionality and troubleshooting on OS X and the best methods for effectively supporting users of OS X 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 OS X Server. Students learn how to install and configure OS X Server to provide network-based services, such as file sharing and authentication. Tools for efficiently managing and deploying OS X and software updates are also covered. For Students Enrolled in a Virtual Class:
Each student will need a setup with two (2) devices in order to take the class virtually. One device may be a Mac or iPad, while the other must be a Mac with the correct software (and version) being taught in the course already installed. This setup will allow virtual students to view the presentation on one computer and complete support exercises on the other one.
Upon completion of the OS X Server Essentials 10.11 (El Capitan 201) course, students will be able to:
- The troubleshooting process and how to become more efficient with available tools and resources
- Mac OS X v10.11 features in depth, including how to find additional information
- How to prepare for Apple Certified Support Professional certification
- The features of Server 5 for OS X
- How to configure essential services on Server for OS X
- How to use Server for OS X tools to monitor and troubleshoot services
- Effective use of Server for OS X to manage a small network of Macintosh computers and users
- How to manage access to files and services
Who Can Benefit
This course is designed for help desk specialists, technical coordinators, service technicians, and entry-level system administrators who implement and maintain networks using Mac OS X 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 Mac OS X - such as teachers and technology specialists who manage classroom networks or computer labs.
- Basic OS X knowledge
- Basic troubleshooting experience
- Experience with OS X in a network environment