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This course is suitable for OS X versions ( 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8 ).
In this OS X advanced training video, you will learn advanced technical and security skills from a certified member of the Apple Consultants Network.
This video tutorial will teach you to use advanced features of the Mac OS X system such as command line utilities, new ways of using spotlight, automating with Automator, installing Developer Tools, exploring permissions, disaster prevention with backups, securing your filesystem, securing accounts, securely erasing data, and much much more.
By the completion of this computer based training video, you will have a more thorough understanding of how to secure and protect your Apple hardware and software, and understand the advanced tools that Apple provides you in OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard to accomplish that task.
I can recommend this course to all wanting to know more about the Terminal, and the GUI and command line ways of using your Mac more securely. The course is very informative and will just need to be updated to Mavericks, since MobileMe is now iCloud and several security changes have been implemented in Mavericks that won't be covered here. But Terminal is more or less the same in each successive release of OSX. I look forward to a Mavericks based course also.
Very much in depth and very useful information for all Mac owners out there, who are looking to protect and use there system to it's full potential.
Lots of good information here outside the normal everyday use of OS X. The videos cover the older Snow Leopard release but are still applicable. Learned a lot of stuff I wasn't aware of.