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Chapter 9. Network Setup > Managing Locations

Managing Locations

With OS X, Apple has made location management considerably easier than it was with previous versions of the Macintosh operating system. Instead of managing configurations for each protocol in its own panel, and then managing the switch with the location manager tool, interface configurations in OS X are accessed directly under the location setting. Figure 9.19 shows the entirety of the location management interface in OS X. From this menu, locations can be chosen, duplicated, and edited.

Figure 9.19. The location management menu in the Network control pane. Selecting a location from this menu switches between location-specific settings in the subpanes below it.



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