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If you haven’t tried yet, but are interested in running a server, now is your chance to get some free training about Mac OS X Server. Apple assures that if you don’t have a dedicated IT staff, you can still run a server with their wicked […]

If you haven’t tried yet, but are interested in running a server, now is your chance to get some free training about Mac OS X Server. Apple assures that if you don’t have a dedicated IT staff, you can still run a server with their wicked easy-to-use Leopard Server.

The free seminar is aimed at expanding IT departments and small business owners. The only drawback is that it will be in Addison, TX, so only those who live near the Dallas/Fort Worth Area will be able to attend. The seminar will be at the Addison Conference & Theatre Centre (the “re” endings are so hot right now). It is this Wednesday, May 14th, 9 AM to 12 PM.

The topics included are:

  • Introduction to Mac OS X Server
  • Tools to configure and control your server
  • Collaboration using the server
  • Podcast Producer

If you are able to make it, blog about it, and link back to this post.

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  1. Joe Louthan Monday, May 12, 2008

    When is it?

  2. Jethro Jones Monday, May 12, 2008

    Thanks, Joe. I fixed it.
    Wednesday @ 9 AM

  3. Only enough time to demo features and discuss capabilities. Not time to “learn” to configure Leopard Server. I attended a program in LA and was very eager, but still not able to configure Leopard Xserve on my own.

    For better results: visit http://www.lynda.com and watch the Sean Colins training video: Mac OS X Server 10.5 Leopard Essential Training. After literally several days, you may get a clue, but still no degree in server config. (I am not an employee/consultant for Lynda.)

    PS: Hopefully 10.5.3 will fix bugs so it will actually work!

  4. Mike Hjorleifsson Monday, May 19, 2008

    Why not podcast the event ? Would love to see it but cant make it to TX.

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