• Understand how OS X accesses shared network services
• Configure built-in OS X network applications
• Browse and access network file services using the Finder
• Troubleshoot network shared service issues
Modern operating systems provide a wide range of network and Internet service options, but all of them share the basic network architecture of client software, which accesses network services, and server software, which provides network services. OS X includes support for many popular network protocols, allowing you to connect and access a wide variety of shared network services.
This lesson first discusses the architecture of network services, in a general sense. Then, you will be introduced to the key network ...