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Enterprise Mac Managed Preferences [recurso electrónico] / by Edward Marczak, Greg Neagle ; edited by Clay Andres, Steve Anglin, Mark Beckner, Ewan Buckingham, Gary Cornell, Jonathan Gennick, Jonathan Hassell, Michelle Lowman, Matthew Moodie, Duncan Parkes, Jeffrey Pepper, Frank Pohlmann, Douglas Pundick, Ben Renow-Clarke, Dominic Shakeshaft, Matt Wade, Tom Welsh, Anita Castro, Mary Ann Fugate.

Por: Marczak, Edward [author.].
Colaborador(es): Neagle, Greg [author.] | Andres, Clay [editor.] | Anglin, Steve [editor.] | Beckner, Mark [editor.] | Buckingham, Ewan [editor.] | Cornell, Gary [editor.] | Gennick, Jonathan [editor.] | Hassell, Jonathan [editor.] | Lowman, Michelle [editor.] | Moodie, Matthew [editor.] | Parkes, Duncan [editor.] | Pepper, Jeffrey [editor.] | Pohlmann, Frank [editor.] | Pundick, Douglas [editor.] | Renow-Clarke, Ben [editor.] | Shakeshaft, Dominic [editor.] | Wade, Matt [editor.] | Welsh, Tom [editor.] | Castro, Anita [editor.] | Fugate, Mary Ann [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Tipo de material: materialTypeLabelLibroEditor: Berkeley, CA : Apress, 2010Descripción: XIV, 264 p. online resource.Tipo de contenido: text Tipo de medio: computer Tipo de portador: online resourceISBN: 9781430229384.Tema(s): Computer science | Microprogramming | Computer Science | Control Structures and MicroprogrammingFormatos físicos adicionales: Printed edition:: Sin títuloClasificación CDD: 005.18 Recursos en línea: Libro electrónico
Contenidos:
Why Manage? -- What Is the Managed Preferences System? -- Understanding Directory Services -- Property List Files -- Writing a Property List for Management -- Delivering Managed Preferences -- Local MCX -- Compositing Preferences -- Enforcing Managed Preferences -- Preference Manifests and “Raw” Preferences -- Recipes -- Managing Mobile Accounts -- Troubleshooting Managed Preferences.
En: Springer eBooksResumen: Many systems administrators on the Mac need a way to manage machine configuration after initial setup and deployment. Apple's Managed Preferences system (also known as MCX) is under-documented, often misunderstood, and sometimes outright unknown by systems administrators. MCX is usually deployed in conjunction with an OS X server, but it can also be used in Windows environments or where no dedicated server exists at all. Enterprise Mac Managed Preferences is the definitive guide to Apple's Managed Client technology. With this book, you'll get the following: An example-driven guide to Mac OS X Managed Preferences/Client technology Recipes for common use case studies and patterns A targeted approach appropriate for any sys admin that manages Macs in an OS X or Windows environment This is the only book that focuses on this facet of OS X exclusively. If you're a sys admin, this book will take away much of the pain of working with OS X client systems. Even better, both of the authors are very involved in the Mac community—Greg Neagle is part of the MacEnterprise steering committee, and Ed Marczak is the executive editor and an author for MacTech magazine and a member of the Apple Consultants Network.
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Why Manage? -- What Is the Managed Preferences System? -- Understanding Directory Services -- Property List Files -- Writing a Property List for Management -- Delivering Managed Preferences -- Local MCX -- Compositing Preferences -- Enforcing Managed Preferences -- Preference Manifests and “Raw” Preferences -- Recipes -- Managing Mobile Accounts -- Troubleshooting Managed Preferences.

Many systems administrators on the Mac need a way to manage machine configuration after initial setup and deployment. Apple's Managed Preferences system (also known as MCX) is under-documented, often misunderstood, and sometimes outright unknown by systems administrators. MCX is usually deployed in conjunction with an OS X server, but it can also be used in Windows environments or where no dedicated server exists at all. Enterprise Mac Managed Preferences is the definitive guide to Apple's Managed Client technology. With this book, you'll get the following: An example-driven guide to Mac OS X Managed Preferences/Client technology Recipes for common use case studies and patterns A targeted approach appropriate for any sys admin that manages Macs in an OS X or Windows environment This is the only book that focuses on this facet of OS X exclusively. If you're a sys admin, this book will take away much of the pain of working with OS X client systems. Even better, both of the authors are very involved in the Mac community—Greg Neagle is part of the MacEnterprise steering committee, and Ed Marczak is the executive editor and an author for MacTech magazine and a member of the Apple Consultants Network.

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