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.
Who should attend:ul> Users who bring a Mac into organizations that predominantly use the Microsoft Windows operating system and Windows Server Essentials/li> Users who replace a Windows computer with a Mac/li> IT professionals who support Mac users in organizations that predominantly use Windows and Windows Server Essentials/li>
Recommended knowledge:n<br>To have the best learning experience with this course, you should understand how to use a Mac, a Windows computer, and computer peripherals.
Directory Services</b><BR>Connect a Mac to an Active Directory server.n<br><br><b>Share Files</b><BR>Connect to file servers, turn on personal file sharing.n<br><br><b>Configure Collaborative Services</b><BR>Manage Internet Accounts preferences, connect to an Exchange Server, connect Mail to non-Windows servers, add accounts in Mail, Contacts, and Calendars.n<br><br><b>Secure a Mac</b><BR>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.n<br><br><b>Print</b><BR>Connect to a local printer, connect to, share, and print from network printers.n<br><br><b>Move and Back Up Content</b><BR>Move content, back up content.n<br><br><b>Run Windows on a Mac</b><BR>Run Windows natively or virtually, Microsoft Office for macOS, cross-platform apps, cross-platform files.