As accredited training institute for HPE, HP Inc., Apple and IBM we organize courses for channel partners, consultants and IT professionals since 1987.
Our courses are intensive and geared to the actual practice of the participants. The courses are taught by specialists, who use thorough and up-to-date teaching materials. No more than 12 participants are enrolled in each course, so that they can receive maximum benefits from it. Furthermore, our instructors are happy to help our students with their (technical) questions even after the course.
LAI only works with experienced, certified instructors who know how to explain difficult subjects with ease and humor. Students appreciate the LAI approach and enjoy coming to our modern, well equipped training facilities.
Please do not hesitate to contact our Training Coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org or +31 10 2042220 in case of any questions.
LAI provides HPE Sales Enablement workshops to help HPE partners to achieve the required Knowledge Credits for their FY16 Partner Ready status.
The target audience for these workshops is employees of HPE partners with the HPE Sales Certified Enterprise Solutions  certification, or possibly one of the accepted technical certifications. This is required in order to achieve Knowledge Credits.
For more information about the workshops and the amount of Knowledge credits, see (N.B. in Dutch only):
All our Mac’s are configured with a local partition (RestoreX) that contains a full OS X System, with a local DeployStudio setup to restore the other partition for use in training.
We do this to be able to restore Macs at the start of each class without the need to build an ethernetwork first, which is useful when we are travelling.
With 10.11 we had to make a few changes to the workflow we used since 10.5 times, due to SIP.
In this blog I will show you what are the issues with DeployStudio 1.7.2 on OS X 10.11/SIP, how I solved them with a script using diskutil mergePartitions and diskutil splitPartitions, and some more details including my complete workflow and lessons learned.
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Last few weeks I have been diving into System Integrity Protection (SIP) part of OS X El Capitan to better understand it.
Most interesting for me was the discovery that when a Mac is booted from recovery you can edit the ‘restricted’ parts using the chflags command. According to Apple the permissions for system files will be repaired with system and security updates, but testing the 10.11.1, .2 and .3 combo updates did NOT repair permissions I changed with the example below.
Some applications require write permissions to folders that are normally restricted by SIP, so this seems a workaround for these applications, that is why I share my findings.
In this post I will show for Mac Admins how I used DeployStudio to run a script to change the permissions on a Mac System, and keep these ‘less-restricted’ permissions while SIP is enabled.
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