Mac Ipad User Manual
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Mac Ipad User Manual
AirPrint allows users to wirelessly print photos, emails, web pages and other documents without the need to install device drivers, saving time and making for a seamless user experience. Both your Apple device and your PIXMA Wireless All-in-One must be connected to the same wireless network connection.Click on the specific topic below to get detail information.
Chrome OS-based devices can be configured to connect to the client VPN feature on MX security appliances. This allows remote users to securely connect to the LAN. This article will cover how to configure the VPN connection on a Chrome OS device. For more information on how to set up the client VPN feature of the MX, or how to connect from other operating systems, please visit the Client VPN Overview documentation.
Note: The xl2tp package does not send user credentials properly to the MX when using Meraki Cloud Controller authentication, and this causes the authentication request to fail. Active Directory or RADIUS authentication can be used instead for successful authentication.
The manual is available in different formats, you are currently reading the web version. On the right you'll find a download button where you can get a PDF or eBook version so you can add it to your iPhone Books app and read it on the go with MapOut.
This manual for MapOut is structured similar to the app itself and consists of the three main parts: Map, Tour Organizer and Settings. Each sub-section usually starts with the more fundamental topics first and towards the end of each section, the more advanced or expert things are discussed.
Besides recording tours you can manually plan and draw your own tour by tapping on Draw New Tour. When you select an existing tour (e.g. an imported or recorded tour) the menu entry is called Redraw Selected Tour.
Double tap on the map to set your start point. An marker is placed on the map. Either tap on a follow-up location on the map to add a stretch or move the handle to manually draw lines. You now see a marker as well. To continue drawing: Drag the handle over the streets or tap on a new location to add a new stretch. After you have both and markers on the map, you can also make adjustments on the marker by dragging it on the map. MapOut tries to automatically snap your tour on the road network whenever possible. If no roads are on the map and snapping is not possible, a dashed line is shown.
When you first open your empty tour list, a help screen is displayed and you see a Login button on the top-right of the screen. You can now either register or login to your account. The username you choose becomes your account name, (e.g. using a username of happy you get email@example.com as your MapOut.me account email address).
The following manual explains how to configure and use SEB for macOS from the perspective of exam administrators. SEB is a very flexible and modular tool, therefore documentation for examinees on how to use SEB with individual exam setups and the various exam systems it works with should be provided by the institution using SEB or their e-assessment provider.
SEB for macOS can be used together with additional (third party) applications during an exam. You can download and open files linked in your online exam, edit it in a third party application and then upload the results to your online quiz/LMS again. This is only possible when SEB is used in a separate user account managed by macOS parental controls.
Sometimes hiding course navigation, link to the user's Moodle profile, logout etc. doesn't work as expected because some custom Moodle themes don't support the secure browser mode of Moodle correctly, they display links with which students can get out of the quiz during an exam. If this happens only with your customized theme and not the standard Moodle theme, then your theme is not implemented correctly. In that case you should fix the problem in your custom Moodle theme. You may also create URL filter rules which only allow to access the exam and no other parts of Moodle, but this is not trivial and we cannot provide you with any support on that.
After setting a SEB administrator password, users have to enter this to display the preferences window. SEB for macOS can also be configured not to display the preferences window at all, this could make sense on exam client computers.
If you apply an opened/edited .seb settings file, then SEB is running in the exam mode, same as if SEB is started opening a .seb config file for starting an exam or if the user loaded a .seb config file for starting an exam from an exam portal page. More information about this you can find in the how to use SEB 2.0 document explaining the concept behind SEB 2.x.
Local client settings are saved according to macOS standards in the user's Library/Preferences/ directory (/Library/Preferences/, is by default invisible in Finder). Starting SEB version 2.0, it isn't anymore possible to deploy the org.safeexambrowser.Safe-Exam-Browser.plist file from the Preferences folder to other machines (due to stronger, individual encryption per client). Instead, either deploy and open a .seb config file saved with the option 'Use SEB settings file for ... configuring a client'. This requires user interaction, because SEB will show an alert 'Local settings of this SEB client have been reconfigured. Do you want to continue working with SEB now or quit?' and one of the buttons 'Continue' or 'Quit' has to be clicked. As an alternative, you can use the new pre-configuration feature when deploying SEB on managed systems which works similar like in SEB for Windows (and doesn't require user interaction):
SEB then reconfigures itself silently (no user feedback) to the settings in that file. After that, the file is deleted if SEB has write access to it. That is usually only the case if the SEBClientSettings.seb file was loaded from the user's preferences folder.
If the administrator password used in the SEBClientSettings.seb file or the settings password used for encrypting the SEBClientSettings.seb file don't match the administrator password set in current client settings (if those were already set before), then reconfiguring will silently fail. In this case SEB will use previous client settings or if there were none, then the SEB default settings, which display the info page at If you need to change the SEB administrator password on managed clients, you first need to reset the existing SEB user defaults (see below).
The seb(s):// link to the config file can contain an additional query string, separated from the main URL by '?' or '??' (if the URL itself doesn't contain a query). SEB will then append this query string to the Start URL. This feature can for example be used to pass an individual login token to an exam system when SEB is started by opening an seb(s) link in another browser, without having to generate an individual config file for each user.
Only enable the "Force quit" parameter for prohibited processes in SEB if you are sure that student's won't loose unsaved documents if the process is terminated without a warning when starting SEB. Usually "Force quit" should not be used with applications: When "Force quit" is disabled, SEB will send a regular quit command to the application. Most applications (which follow Apple guidelines) will then either auto-save unsaved changes in open documents or ask the user if the document should be saved before quitting.
The table contains URL filter rules, consisting of an allow or blocxk action. The URL filter always first processes rules with the block action, if one matches, then the according http request is discarded. If no block rule matched, then rules with an allow action are processed. If one matches, then the request is loaded. If no allow rule matched, then the request is discarded. Discarding a http request means that a link with the URL is not followed and the user is notified with an alert. When content filtering is enabled, an embedded resource with the according URL is not loaded, in this case there's no notification about that, but it is written to the log (log level Warning on Mac). Create a new rule by clicking the'+' button below the table. Remove a rule by selecting it in the table and clicking the '-' button.
SEB automatically creates an allow filter rule for the exact address of the Start URL defined in these settings. This means that if your Start URL is example.com, then all pages and resources in the domain example.com will be allowed. If your Start URL is example.com/exams/engineering2015-1.html, then only the pages with this exact address will be allowed. In this case you have to manually add an allow filter rule so all pages and resources your exam uses will be allowed (like example.com/exams/*).
Before getting to the actual board creation, let us just address the settings of the Freeform app real quick. By heading to the Freeform section of the Settings app, you'll see three toggles: Center Guides, Edge Guides, and Spacing Guides. There's a fourth, too, if you're an iPad user who relies on an Apple Pencil, called Select and Scroll.
When you tap on Share, you get to invite other Apple users to collaborate on the selected board. You can edit the type of access and permissions through the option right above the app list. If you would rather to share the board as a static file, then click on Export as PDF at the very bottom, then choose the sharing app of your choice. This way you share the actual board, and not an invitation to view or edit it.
In this section, you can download user manuals in PDF format for each product listed below. These documents will provide you with detailed installation and un-installation instructions, system requirements, step-by-step operation, etc.