This course is delivered using digital courseware. Please ensure that each delegate has access to an iPad.
Courses delivered at QA International House (London) and QA Birmingham will use iPads supplied by QA.
For any other location, please speak with your account manager and we will arrange for them to be hired.
This 2-day hands-on course will provide delegates with an in-depth exploration of macOS Mojave integrates in a corporate Microsoft Windows environment.
Using a mixture of trainer-led presentations and hands-on exercises, delegates will ensure their Macs are configured correctly to enable joining to a Active Directory Domain, join a Server 2012 r2 Domain and troubleshoot any potential issues. Once joined to Active Directory, they will lean how to manage a Mac on a day to day basis in a Microsoft Windows environment, including deploying macOS to new and existing Macs and remotely manage Macs with Apple Remote Desktop.
Some knowledge of macOS and basic computer skills.
- Configure network on a Mac to work in a Microsoft Environment
- Bind to Active Directory network using GUI and command line
- Troubleshoot binding and authentication issues
- Create and deploy macOS images
- Troubleshoot macOS remotely with Apple Remote Desktop
Binding macOS to Active Directory
Learn how to configure macOS to work in a Microsoft Windows Active Directory environment, configure networking, bind a Mac to an Active Directory Domain.
Using Mobile Device Management to manage macOS
How MDM can be used to manage macOS to ensure corporate standards are maintained, now applications can be centrally purchased and deployed to macOS.
Troubleshooting integration issues
How to troubleshoot macOS in a Microsoft Windows Active Directory environment.
Learn how to create, maintain and deploy macOS images in an enterprise environment.
Learn how to remotely manage macOS and MacOS using Apple Remote Desktop. How detailed reports can be generated from Macs on a corporate network, how to deploy software and how to use ARD to remotely assist users with macOS and MacOS problems.