Category Archives: MacAdmins 2017 Sessions

Sessions presented at the 2017 MacAdmins Conference

Securing & Enabling the Mac-Empowered Enterprise

Speakers: Eric Hall Level: Fundamental, Lecture Excerpt: As the demand for the Mac OS increases from end users across the enterprise, IT staffs need to prepare to deploy and protect these devices as effectively as they do their Windows machines. … Continue reading

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NoMAD: Leave Directory Services in the Dust

Speakers: Joel Rennich Level: Fundamental, Lecture Excerpt: This session will cover how to use NoMAD, the open source tool for interacting with AD and other directory services, to make your existing environment better and remove the need for binding to … Continue reading

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Transferring Data (or How I Spend my Summer Vacation)

Speakers: Adam Wickert Level: Fundamental, Lecture Excerpt: Data is important! Users want their data transferred from their old system to their new one and there are lots of ways to do it. We’ll talk about different methods to transfer data, … Continue reading

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It’s Time for your JSS to Grow up and Move Out of the Mac Mini.

Speakers: Teri Grossheim Level: Intermediate, Lecture Excerpt: Pushing your JSS on your Mac mini to it’s limits? Wondering what you can do? Need help with options, and want some real world advice? Then come by and bring your questions! Description: … Continue reading

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Continuous Integration: An automation framework for Mac Admins.

Speakers: Wesley Whetstone Level: Intermediate, Lecture Excerpt: In recent years there has been an increase in automation tools for Mac administrators, such as munki, autopkg, Puppet, Chef, and Salt. In this talk we’ll discuss how you can automate these tools … Continue reading

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