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Topic # 65942 9-Aug-2010 22:25
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Any Geekzoners know where you start learning about Mac OS Server along with its Enterprise hardware.
I work as a support person, with Windows based servers, desktops/laptops and Citrix clients have have learnt quite a bit in the role (its more than support) regarding the Windows server and hardware side of things (with a bit to go) ...

But having followed a link on the Apple store while looking for a refurb Macbook Pro, I stumbled into the world of Mac based server stuff. And damn it, I want to know more.

I know I can google and read, but im thinking about classes etc to build my knowledge up.

Thanks

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  Reply # 365779 10-Aug-2010 10:01
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My employer (Renaissance) runs training courses for [among other things] Mac OS and Mac OS Server.
This page here shows upcoming courses. They are full time, and not particularly cheap. 

I have a set of Apple Training Series manuals, if you would like to borrow them.
Mac OS X Server Essentials (10.5) (slightly outdated) and I also have the 
Mac OS X Server Essentials Student Workbook also that you could work through.

I do not have a copy of Mac OS X Server tho, you'll need to source that somewhere else.

Cheers,
Joseph.

 

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