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All You Need to Know About macOS Command Line and Terminal

During several of our macOS Support Essentials classes it has been clear that many people wish to use the Command-Line much more in their day-to-day user support. Unfortunately, the last time that this was taught at a client support level was OS X Snow Leopard (10.6) Support Essentials. We’re rectifying that by creating a new one-day […]

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Setting the Network Time Server from the Command Line

Hi All, here’s a short and sweet blog post to kick off the new year! I often get asked about setting up NTP configurations on client devices in a better way than manually. You can do this from the command line simply enough: NTPServer=”time.euro.apple.com” /usr/sbin/systemsetup -setnetworktimeserver “$NTPServer” /usr/sbin/systemsetup -setusingnetworktime on Swap the “time.euro.apple.com” with your […]

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Amsys' Mavericks OS X 10.9 Advanced Deployment course arrives!

Hello Mac fans! Continuing my series of blogs reporting back from what’s new in the training world of Amsys, last week I delivered our first Advanced Deployment 10.9 course at our South London Apple training centre. For those of you not already familiar with our OS X Advanced Deployment course, this course is designed for […]

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Bash Scripting: Proxies

Hi all. Welcome back to part 2 of the network configuration series. In this blog I will advise how to apply some proxy settings to your network locations Catching up In last month’s bash scripting blog, we created a new network location called “Home”, auto populated it with the available network interfaces, switched to it […]

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