This book helps to effectively manage Macs on Windows networks. 'Guy Hart-Davis has put together a thorough, detailed guide to making your Macs work more smoothly and completely in your Windows environment. His step-by-step instructions and attention to the 'gotchas' will be appreciated by any administrator who has struggled to integrate Macs more thoroughly. This is a book that is long overdue, and should be on the shelf of any administrator working in a heterogeneous environment' - Don Jones, Senior Partner and Principal Technologist, Concentrated Technology; Contributing Editor, Redmond Magazine and TechNet Magazine . Maximize productivity by incorporating Mac desktops, laptops, and wireless devices into your existing Windows networks and VPNs.
Covering Mac OS X Snow Leopard and Windows Server 2008, Integrating Macs into Windows Networks shows you how to provide Mac users with mission-critical access. Select suitable machines, develop rollout plans, work with Active Directory, connect to network hardware, and regulate Internet activity. Microsoft Exchange support, software installation, and Mac-specific security techniques are also covered in this practical guide.
The key features of the book include: connect Macs to PC networks via Ethernet, AirPort, and, Firewire; manage Mac clients through Active Directory and Mac OS X Server; handle security with proxy servers, firewalls, and AV software; configure shared folders, file services, and network printers; run Windows applications on Macs using Boot Camp and VMs; seamlessly merge Mac Mail and iCal with Microsoft Exchange; modify Windows VPNs to accept remote Mac connections; and back up and restore data with Time Machine and third party utilities.
Per maggiori informazioni: il volume "Integrating Macs into Windows Networks" di Guy Hart-Davis, edito da McGraw-Hill Education - Europe, è in vendita anche su IBS.it al prezzo di Euro 33,48.