• Understand password types and their usage
• Use a variety of methods to reset lost user passwords
• Manage user and system security settings
The primary purpose of a multiple-user operating system is to provide all users with a secure work environment. OS X provides a relatively secure out-of-the-box experience for most situations. Yet some situations call for greater security than the defaults afford. This lesson focuses on the built-in advanced security features of OS X and how best to manage and troubleshoot these features.
As was discussed previously in this guide, OS X uses a variety of user account types: standard users, administrative users, the guest user, sharing ...