Apple Mac Advanced Deployment 10.9 — A 3 day course

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The Apple Mac OS X Deployment v10.9 training course is a 3 day instructor led event with plenty of hands on labs that provides a really in-depth look at how to deploy OS X systems.

The course covers a range of topics starting with comprehensive planning of a new deployment of Macs, providing students with better awareness of how to develop a stable deployment strategy. Then investigating all methods of deployment from single files to multiple OS X systems.

Through out the course students will use a number of Apple tools including NetBoot & the NetInstall Service, Software Update Server, Caching Service, Profile Manager, Remote Desktop, System Image Utility and Package Maker. This course also offers an introduction to the DeployStudio deployment package, which offers some great features to optimise Mac Deployment.


Deployment Planning

The course starts with an overview of what planning is required to develop a strategy for a deployment scenario.

Deploying Individual Items and Containers

Installation Packages

Creating Entire System Images

Deploying System Images

Post Imaging Deployment Considerations and System Maintenance

Deploying Macs with DeployStudio

Publicly scheduled dates, locations, and prices

A schedule of dates for this subject is not currently available. Please call 0333 210 0140 or use our contact form to enquire about places and availability.

Suitable For

This class is for Apple Mac OS X system administrators who need to know how to streamline the process of installing and configuring a large number of computers running Mac OS X.


Students should have the following prerequisite knowledge prior to attending this course:

Understanding of OS X

Basic troubleshooting experience or attendance on OS X Support Essentials v10.9 course

Basic OS X Server experience or attendance on OS X Server Essentials v10.9 course

Experience with OS X in a network environment

Experience using the command-line interface with OS X