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Thursday, May 3 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Apple Remote Desktop: Best Practices, Tips, and Real World Examples (Part 2 of 2)

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Learning how to manage Macs and PCs (yes we said PCs) with Apple Remote Desktop can be one of the most useful tools in your administration arsenal. We'll go over best practices, tips and tricks, as well as some real world examples, all of which will help you make the best of your tools at hand. If you've never used Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) we'll show you how easy it can be to remotely update software, install packages, and help users in real time. For those seasoned ARD users, we'll touch on how to organize you're terminal commands, setup Task Servers, show examples of ARD integrated with Deploy Studio and demo some new features in the latest release of ARD. This session will go in depth on key new features, tools, and how to achieve the best end-user experience. If you're using ARD to manage faculty/staff workstations, general access computer labs, or classroom environments - We're sure you'll take something away from this session.


Ryan Shanley

Ryan is currently employed with the University of North Texas (UNT) and working on several projects integrating Apple products into a predominately Microsoft ecosystem. These projects include working on UNT's iTunes U site, deploying Apple hardware running OS X Server and OS X Client with Active Directory integration. Aside from managing OS X servers, Ryan supports both faculty and staff workstations as well as a general access computer lab. Ryan... Read More →

Marques Young

Marques is currently employed with the University of North Texas (UNT) and primarily manages Mac OS X specific classroom environments as well as general access computer labs. Marques also manages Apple Servers, OS X and PC faculty/staff workstations too. Marques has helped with the iTunes U project at UNT and is a mentor to other Apple Server Admins on campus. Marques previously worked for Apple, Inc. before accepting a position with UNT.

Thursday May 3, 2012 10:45am - 12:00pm
Room 109 (Lab)

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