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Monday, June 27 • 9:00am - 4:30pm
Mac Deployment Options

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(This workshop will not be recorded.)

This workshop will focus on the deployment of Macs and all the different methods admins can use to get a computer ready for the end user. In discussing different deployment solutions we will cover the pros and cons of each method. Areas that will be touched upon will include workflows on image creations and the tools to create and deploy them, software deployment options covering tools both free and commercial, and lastly managing computer and user preferences. Hopefully you will come out of this workshop with new ideas on how to deploy your Macs in your environment.

Workshop Details
Lunch and Snack service will be provided during this workshop.

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Daniel McCullough

Support Engineer, JAMF Software
I'm a multimedia artist & electronic musician, from Lancaster, Pennsylvania; I'm currently residing in Wisconsin. I worked at Apple for 5 years, training newcomers and power users alike in Logic Pro, Aperture and Final Cut. I attended Drexel University in Philadelphia, where I first encountered the Casper Suite; the rest is history!
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Vaughn Miller

Desktop Engineer, Lafayette College
Vaughn has been working in higher ed IT for longer than he cares to admit, and is currently working as a Desktop Engineer at Lafayette College in Easton, PA.

Balmes Pavlov

Senior Desktop Engineer, VSA Partners, Inc.
Balmes Pavlov currently works as the Senior Desktop Engineer at VSA Partners. In his time managing Macs, He has made use of various tools including: AutoDMG, DeployStudio, packaging software tools such as Packages/Iceberg/pkgbuild for the deployment of packages, JAMF's Casper Suite, configuration profiles to manage OS & application preferences, and netboot services.

Monday June 27, 2016 9:00am - 4:30pm
Deans Hall I and II