Lesson 7. Accessing Network Services


This lesson takes approximately 3 hours to complete.


Connect to common network services using built-in Mac OS X network applications

Browse and access network file services using the Finder

Use remote control tools to access other network clients

Access network directory service information

Modern operating systems provide a wide range of network and Internet service options, but all of them share the similar basic network architecture of client software, which accesses services, and server software, which provides services. Mac OS X includes support for many popular network protocols, allowing you to access a wide variety of network services.

In this lesson, you will focus on using Mac OS X as ...

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