This guide shows you how to integrate Mac computers into your company’s existing network. By following the prepare, set up, deploy, and manage phases, you'll quickly get employees up and running on a Mac.
iOS 10 and macOS Sierra provide new ways to deploy your Apple devices. Using Apple School Manager (for education) or Apple Deployment Programs (for business) with a mobile device management (MDM) solution gives you greater flexibility and control over your deployments. With Apple Configurator 2, which has been redesigned, you can accelerate your initial deployments by pre-installing apps and settings.
Note: Although this reference is focused on the deployment of Mac computers, some sections also apply to iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch). In those instances, the term Apple devices is used to represent Mac desktop and portable computers and iOS devices. Apple TV deployment is covered in the AirPlay section of this reference.
Choose the best FileVault 2 implementation methodology for your organization.
Apple’s support for Active Directory within OS X enables Mac computers and OS X servers to integrate smoothly into existing Active Directory environments. This guide gives you the best practices for integrating OS X with Active Directory.
Manage, support, secure, and control Mac computers to reduce costs while increasing user satisfaction.
Techniques and best practices for integrating Apple devices into 802.1X authentication environments.
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