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Introduction to Operating Systems. Lesson 10 — Mac OS X Server. Objectives. Install Mac OS X Server from the CD-ROM. Configure Mac OS X Server using the Server Setup Assistant. Use Server Admin Settings to set up Sharing, AppleTalk, FTP, and Web services.

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introduction to operating systems

Introduction to Operating Systems

Lesson 10 — Mac OS X Server

objectives
Objectives
  • Install Mac OS X Server from the CD-ROM.
  • Configure Mac OS X Server using the Server Setup Assistant.
  • Use Server Admin Settings to set up Sharing, AppleTalk, FTP, and Web services.
  • Use Server Settings to set up an IP-filter firewall.
  • Use the Terminal application to execute some simple Unix commands.

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

an introduction to mac os x server
An Introduction to Mac OS X Server
  • Installing, configuring, and running a server can be terribly complex.
  • Mac OS X Server is a Unix server.
  • Apple has made it easy.

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

installing mac os x server
Installing Mac OS X Server
  • Requirements:
    • G3 Macintosh
    • 128 MB RAM
    • 4 Gig+
  • Follow the instructions given in Step-by-Step 10.1.

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

mac os x server s graphical user interface
Mac OS X Server’s Graphical User Interface
  • Log in using the administrator name and password.
  • The dock and desktop should look familiar (if not, review Lesson 3).
  • Mac OS X Server is nearly identical to Mac OS X.

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

server settings
Server Settings
  • Server Settings manages the major services on your server.
  • Server Settings can also manage other servers on the network.

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

the file print services tab
The File & Print Services Tab
  • Apple
    • Allows Macintosh computers to share files
  • File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
    • Common way to transfer files on the Internet
  • Windows
    • Allows Windows users to share files and printers
  • Network File System (NFS)
    • Allows sharing based on IP address
  • Print
    • Allows the server to share printers

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

the general settings tab
The General Settings Tab
  • Server Info
    • Allows you to change the serial number
  • Macintosh Manager
    • A tool that assists in managing a network of Macintosh computers

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

the internet services tab
The Internet Services Tab
  • Mail service
    • Able to use POP, IMAP, and SMTP
    • Can regulate spam
  • Web service
    • Uses Apache
    • Can manage multiple Web sites

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

the network services tab
The Network Services Tab
  • Firewall
    • Denies access based on IP address and port
  • DHCP/NetBoot
    • Automatically configures a user when they connect
  • Domain Name Service (DNS)
    • Translates domain names into IP addresses
  • SLP Service
    • Provides a directory of all the services running on your network

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

the workgroup manager
The Workgroup Manager
  • Manages users, groups of users, and their respective permissions
  • Can manage users on a single server or users spread across a large network
  • Stores user information in a NetInfo or LDAP directory

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

the workgroup manager and server status
The Workgroup Manager and Server Status
  • Integrated with the Workgroup Manager
  • Is actually another application
  • Shows the status of various processes running on a server

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

the workgroup manager sharing
The Workgroup Manager: Sharing
  • Mac OS X Server uses the Unix permissions model
  • Can also be changed using the Get Info command
  • Makes the server very secure

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

the workgroup manager accounts
The Workgroup Manager: Accounts
  • Allows you to change user or group information
  • Manage basic, advanced, group, home, mail, and print information
  • Change the settings for many users at once by changing settings for groups

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

the workgroup manager preferences
The Workgroup Manager: Preferences
  • Restrict users access to parts of the computer
  • Allows administrators to protect computers in public places
  • Can manage settings once, never, or always
  • Change the settings for applications, classic use, Dock, Finder, Internet, Login, Media Access, and Printing

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

quicktime streaming server
QuickTime Streaming Server
  • Delivers movies and music over the Web in real time
  • Also delivers pre-recorded media
  • Has an easy access Web administration interface

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

terminal
Terminal
  • Interacts with Darwin, Mac OS X Server’s open-source command line interface
  • Allows you to use Unix commands

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server

summary
Summary
  • Install Mac OS X Server from the CD-ROM.
  • Configure Max OS X Server using the Server Setup Assistant.
  • Use Server Settings to set up Sharing, AppleTalk, FTP, and Web services.
  • Use Server Settings to set up a firewall.
  • Use the Terminal application to execute some Unix commands.

Lesson 10 – Understanding Mac OS X Server