Configuring Network & Share Settings in macOS Sierra

macOS Sierra    |    Intermediate
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It is very rare that a computer is not connected to the Internet or another computer. Discover how to configure Internet settings, share files and devices, and access or control another Mac.


  • connect to the internet with macOS Sierra
    synchronize your Apple device data with iCloud
    activate the share function with multiple Macs on the same network
    share items via various apps on macOS Sierra
    use files on multiple accounts on macOS Sierra
    access shared files on macOS Sierra
  • access another Mac with screen share on macOS Sierra
    configure your screen share window with macOS Sierra
    control another Mac with the control and observation mode in macOS Sierra
    use the shared clipboard function during screen share with another Mac
    share devices on your Mac across a network
    share an internet connection through your Mac or mobile device


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    In order to connect to the internet you will need an Ethernet connection via a cable or a wireless connection with Wi-Fi. See how to access your networks and connect your Mac to the internet on macOS Sierra. FREE ACCESS
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    If you use multiple Apple devices you can save your files via iCloud. See how to connect to iCloud and save your files as well as backup your Mac via the iCloud menu on macOS Sierra. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Sharing items in macOS Sierra
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    When multiple Mac's are connected to the same network it's possible to activate the share function. See how to activate and share files as well edit your sharing permissions on macOS Sierra. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Sharing items in macOS Sierra
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    With macOS Sierra you can share items via email, the iMessage app and various social media networks. See how to access the share options and share items from different applications with ease. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Using files on multiple accounts in macOS Sierra
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    If you working on a project with multiple users you can share your files. See how to share files, modify permissions as well as how to remove shared users on macOS Sierra. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Accessing shared files in macOS Sierra
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    If another user has shared files with you, you can access those shared items via the Finder. See how to find, view and edit shared documents on macOS Sierra. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Accessing another Mac with screen share in macOS Sierra
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    When you are a part of a network you can connect to other Mac's. You can use the Mac on your device and share files or create a new session. See how to access and share a screen with another Mac on macOS Sierra. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Configuring your share screen window in macOS Sierra
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    When you start a screen share session you have the possibility to modify certain default settings. You can adjust the screen size, quality as well as hide or show menu bars. See how to adjust your screen share window on macOS Sierra. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Controlling another Mac in macOS Sierra
    2m 33s
    When you screen share with another device you can take control and demonstrate or highlight actions. See how to use the control and observation mode on macOS Sierra. FREE ACCESS
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    10.  Using the shared clipboard in macOS Sierra
    2m 41s
    When you're using screen share with another Mac you can activate the share clipboard function. Clipboard allows to quickly share files from your Mac to the screen share Mac as well as copy and paste items between Mac's. FREE ACCESS
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    11.  Sharing devices in macOS Sierra
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    When more than one Mac is connected to a network, you can share the devices on your Mac. You can add and share printers to users in your network via the share preferences menu. FREE ACCESS
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    12.  Sharing an internet connection in macOS Sierra
    2m 31s
    Your mobile device can be used as an internet source, provided you have an unlimited amount of data. If your Mac is connected with an Ethernet cable it can be used as an internet source for your mobile devices. See how to connect and share your internet on macOS Sierra. FREE ACCESS


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