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Lesson 9. Accessing Network Services

Lesson 9. Accessing Network Services

TimeThis lesson takes approximately 1 hour to complete.
GoalsDescribe how service discovery is implemented in Mac OS X

Configure Mac OS X using Directory Access to access network services via AppleTalk, SMB, SLP, and Bonjour

Use the Finder to mount remote AFP, SMB, FTP, and WebDAV volumes so that files can be transferred between the local system and the server volume

Use Directory Access to configure Mac OS X to authenticate users using an LDAP or Active Directory server

Troubleshoot a Mac OS X computer that is not able to access a network service


In Lesson 8, “Networking Configuration and Troubleshooting,” you learned how to configure a Mac OS X computer for network access, connect to a network, and troubleshoot networking issues.


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