Apple Pro Training Series: OS X Lion Support Essentials: Supporting and Troubleshooting OS X Lion (Google eBook)

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Peachpit Press, Oct 7, 2011 - Computers - 672 pages
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The only Apple-certified book on OS X Lion, this revised best-seller will take you deep inside the latest big-cat operating system—covering everything from installation and configuration, customizing the operating system, supporting applications, setting up peripherals, and more. Whether you're a support technician or simply an ardent Mac user, you'll quickly learn and master the new features in OS X Lion. Following the learning objectives of the Apple Certified Support Professional exam, this self-paced book is a perfect guide for Apple’s training and a first-rate primer for computer support personnel who need to troubleshoot and optimize OS X Lion as part of their jobs. Chapter review sections and quizzes summarize and reinforce acquired knowledge.
 
The Apple Pro Training Series serves as both a self-paced learning tool and the official curriculum for OS X Lion and OS X Lion Server certification programs.
  

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Contents

Getting Started
Installation and Configuration Chapter 2 User Accounts
File Systems
File Systems
Data Management
Applications and Processes
Data Management
Using File Archives and Disk Images
Network Services
Peripherals and Printing
System Startup
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System Startup
Peripherals and Printing
Appendix A General Mac Troubleshooting
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Applications and Processes
Network Configuration
Network Services
Appendix B CommandLine Essentials
Index
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Kevin M. White, the author of the best-selling predecessor Apple Training Series: Mac OS X Support Essentials v10.6, has dedicated most of his life to mastering Apple technologies so he can share them with the world. He has worked his way through various technical roles for the University of Kentucky, finally becoming technology coordinator for the College of Communications. After college, Kevin used his technical and presentation skills to spread knowledge of all Apple products in venues ranging from small corporate groups to sold-out crowds at Macworld Expos. He has been an Apple Authorized Trainer since 2002, and has also been a Systems Engineer at Apple.

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