BriForum 2015 - Master Your Mac OS X Operating System with Configuration Manager 2012 R2

Master Your Mac OS X Operating System with Configuration Manager 2012 R2
Presented by Peter Daalmans

Learn how to use System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager to manage those sexy Apple Mac OS X devices. Understand how to deploy your Configuration Manager clients, wrap and deploy software, and manage your OS X environment with Compliance Settings. This session is demo packed with lots of tips and tricks along the way. We’ll also have a look at the Parallels Mac Management for SCCM plugin for Configuration Manager 2012 R2, and show how to manage and control your Mac OS X devices with Configuration Manager 2012 R2. Come learn and see how you can master your Mac OS X devices with simple scripts and compliance settings.

Session Takeaway: Mac devices are brought into companies very quickly without being managed, which is a big compliance and security risk. Attendees will learn that they need to manage those devices, and might even have a great solution in house without knowing it.

 

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