Apple Training Series: Mac OS X Server Essentials v10.6: A by Arek Dreyer

By Arek Dreyer

"Apple education sequence: Mac OS X Server necessities v. 10.6" is simply what it says it truly is: a publication on the way to get Mac OS X 10.6 Server up and working, and the way to configure it to aid types of environments and clients. it's geared up into significant issues in keeping with server companies (mail companies, dossier providers, internet companies, etc.), and richly illustrated with display shots.

As the publication is usually utilized in school room settings, each bankruptcy has a classroom-style evaluate part. however the e-book isn't written as a textbook; you could bypass round from subject to subject and use it as a "how to" guide.

The e-book assumes you're acquainted with the idea that of server companies and feature both a Mac OS X or Unix/Linux heritage. not one of the subject matters is roofed exhaustively, and a few prone -- the firewall, for instance -- are basically no longer lined in any respect. The emphasis is on getting Mac OS X 10.6 Server up and operating speedy and aiding users.

On the full, it really is a very good introductory quantity. i might have most well liked a greater index, and virtually each bankruptcy may perhaps simply be elevated right into a entire e-book. yet judging the publication on its meant viewers and objective, it's a winner.

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4 In the left SERVERS column of Server Admin, click “Ready for Setup,” if it is listed. This contains computers that have Mac OS X Server installed but not yet configured. No te P As of the current writing, if you do not have DHCP available on your subnet, “Ready for Setup” will not appear. However, your server will appear in the list of Available Servers with a Bonjour host name based on its model and MAC address, along with its IP address. Make a note of the current IP address and use that in step 7.

Other computers with no serial number after a main logic board was replaced will have the password 12345678. The password is case sensitive. Finally, if you are configuring an upgraded server, the password will be the password of the root user account from the previous version of Mac OS X Server. 6 on a remote computer that is started up from the Mac OS X Server Install Disc. No te P In order to access Server Assistant, first open Server Admin (located in /Applications/Server), and then choose Server Assistant from the Server menu.

You can also manually configure multiple interfaces or reconfigure network information later using the Network pane of System Preferences. No te P If no existing DNS service can be found for your server, DNS services will be configured automatically, only for your server’s host name and IP address. 34 Installing and Configuring Mac OS X Server No te P In the Network pane of System Preferences, you can also create multiple settings for a single interface. ) This option is useful for assigning multiple IP addresses to the same Ethernet interface.

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