Mac OS X Security and Mobility v10.6 — A 3-day course
Please note that this course has been retired and is no longer available. Please see the Apple page for courses currently available in this subject area.
Apple's Mac OS X Security and Mobility v10.6 training course is a 3 day leader led course with plenty of hands on labs that provides a really in-depth look at providing secure services to mobile devices such as iPhone and iPad. You will leaner to provide secure services such as mail, web and calendars so they can seamless access these services either locally or remotely seamlessly. You will also have a look at the types off applications that can be created for iOS devices as well as how to deploy iOS devices and configure them.
Once delegates have completed this course, they will be able to:
- Gain specific knowledge about DNS, VPN, firewalls, certificates and proxy servers
- Effectively configure mobile devices that are connected to public networks to access services running on a private network
- Configure Mac OS X Server to provide trusted authentication to proxied services such as web, mail, and calendar
- This course is designed for system administrators and IT professionals.
- Basic troubleshooting experience or Mac OS X Support Essentials v10.6
- Basic Mac OS X Server experience or Mac OS X Server Essentials v10.6
- Understanding of basic IP networking, including IP address, subnet masks, ports, and protocols
- Experience using the command-line interface with Mac OS
This course covers a portion of the knowledge necessary to become an Apple Certified System Administrator 10.6. ACSA certification is granted upon successful completion of the Mac OS X Server Essentials v10.6, Mac OS X Directory Services v10.6, Mac OS X Deployment v10.6, and Mac OS X Security and Mobility v10.6 exam.
Exam booked with course: £101 + VAT
This course has been retired and is no longer available.
- Creating and editing zones
- Verifying forward and reverse lookups
- Configuring split-DNS
- Creating secure and private DNS servers
- Troubleshooting name resolution
- Configuring Mac OS X client computer to obtain an IP address from a DHCP server
- Configuring secure DHCP address distribution
- Troubleshooting host configuration issues
- Troubleshooting address conflicts
- Configuring Mac OS X Server to provide network address translation services
- Configuring Mac OS X client computer to access public services through a gateway server
- Troubleshooting address translation issues
- Configuring Mac OS X Server computer to restrict IP access to services
- Establish secure connections between clients connected to a public network and services running on private intranets
Keys and Certificates
- Establish trusted and validated connections between clients and services
Providing iPhone Applications
- Create, distribute, and install configuration profiles with the iPhone Configuration Utility (iPCU)
- Using Xcode and Dashcode to develop and deploy native and web application for iPhone and iPod touch
Mobile Access Server
- Provide secure, public access via proxy servers connected to a public network to Address Book, iCal, Mail, and Web services hosted on origin servers located on a private intranet