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NIQ05: Privileged User Manager: Advanced Policy Configuration Lab

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May 16th, 2012

This course will discuss the components of command control policies, exploring what is involved in an enterprise rules policy, and looking at real world examples taken from the field.

Prerequisites:  This course is designed for people familiar with Privileged User Manager.

NIQ05: Privileged User Manager: Advanced Policy Configuration Lecture

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May 16th, 2012

This course will discuss the components of command control policies, exploring what is involved in an enterprise rules policy, and looking at real world examples taken from the field.

Prerequisites:  This course is designed for people familiar with Privileged User Manager.

NIQ04: Sentinel 7: Reporting- From “One Click” to iReport Lecture

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May 16th, 2012

This course will demonstrate how to run pre existing reports, how to create and save reports from searches “one click”, and how to customize reports with iReport.

Prerequisites:  This course is for Sentinel Administrators who are already familiar with previous versions of Sentinel.

SUS16: Bash Internals – Lab

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May 15th, 2012

Many System Administrators fail to leverage the full power of SUSE Linux Enterprise in their environment because their shell user skills and their shell programming skills were never given the fundamentals.

This four hour module changes that for interested Bash programmers.

The essentials of Bash covered in this session include:
* Core Scripting Skills of Piping and Redirection
* Command Substitution
* Testing
* Command Line Token Parsing and Expansion
* Meta-character Expansion
* Special Parameters and Variables
* Arithmetic Expressions

Don’t miss the Bash Internals class at ATT Live 2012.

Prerequisites: Shell scripting is an advanced Linux System Administration skill.  Attendees should have experience administering Linux to  get maximum value from this session.

SUS16: Bash Internals – Lecture

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May 15th, 2012

Many System Administrators fail to leverage the full power of SUSE Linux Enterprise in their environment because their shell user skills and their shell programming skills were never given the fundamentals.

This four hour module changes that for interested Bash programmers.

The essentials of Bash covered in this session include:
* Core Scripting Skills of Piping and Redirection
* Command Substitution
* Testing
* Command Line Token Parsing and Expansion
* Meta-character Expansion
* Special Parameters and Variables
* Arithmetic Expressions

Don’t miss the Bash Internals class at ATT Live 2012.

Prerequisites: Shell scripting is an advanced Linux System Administration skill.  Attendees should have experience administering Linux to  get maximum value from this session.

SUS18: The New Btrfs Filesystem for Linux: Features and Tools – Lab

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May 15th, 2012

This module covers the basic features and tools of the new Btrfs filesystem in SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP2.  Btrfs is a new, radically different filesystem for the Linux operating system.  This new filesystem will alter and improve many of the traditional Linux filesystem administration techniques.

This course will introduce Btrfs and the standard tools used to administer it.  Topics will include:
* Creating and working with sub-volumes
* Converting from ext3 filesystems to btrfs
* Disk spanning
* The snapper management tool
* Creating and using snapshots and roll-back features with snapper and btrfs

Get up to speed on the latest filesystem advancements coming for Linux.

Don’t miss Btfs at ATT Live!

Prerequisites: Attendees should have experience administering Linux filesystems and working with the Linux command line shell environment.

NIQ14: Advanced NetIQ SecureLogin Solutions Lab

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May 15th, 2012

This is an advanced scripting session designed to make people think out of the box.  Some of the questions answered are:

* Why use Startup Scripts?
* How do I determine if a password has changed from outside SecureLogin?
* How do I solve problematic Web pages?

Other topics covered include:
* Setting up emulators: a how-to guide.
* Working with emulators and determining hllapi vs non-hllapi
* Other types of Flash apps.
* Solving problems where Windows CTRL ID’s are changing all of the time.

Prerequisites:  This is an advanced class and experience with SecureLogin is necessary.

NIQ14: Advanced NetIQ SecureLogin Solutions Lecture

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May 15th, 2012

This is an advanced scripting session designed to make people think out of the box.  Some of the questions answered are:

* Why use Startup Scripts?
* How do I determine if a password has changed from outside SecureLogin?
* How do I solve problematic Web pages?

Other topics covered include:
* Setting up emulators: a how-to guide.
* Working with emulators and determining hllapi vs non-hllapi
* Other types of Flash apps.
* Solving problems where Windows CTRL ID’s are changing all of the time.

Prerequisites:  This is an advanced class and experience with SecureLogin is necessary.

SUS18: The New Btrfs Filesystem for Linux: Features and Tools – Lecture

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May 14th, 2012

This module covers the basic features and tools of the new Btrfs filesystem in SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP2.  Btrfs is a new, radically different filesystem for the Linux operating system.  This new filesystem will alter and improve many of the traditional Linux filesystem administration techniques.

This course will introduce Btrfs and the standard tools used to administer it.  Topics will include:
* Creating and working with sub-volumes
* Converting from ext3 filesystems to btrfs
* Disk spanning
* The snapper management tool
* Creating and using snapshots and roll-back features with snapper and btrfs

Get up to speed on the latest filesystem advancements coming for Linux.

Don’t miss Btfs at ATT Live!

Prerequisites: Attendees should have experience administering Linux filesystems and working with the Linux command line shell environment.

NIQ23: Identity Manager: Entitlements from Creation to Implementation – Lecture

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May 11th, 2012

Are you confused about all this Entitlement hoopla. Entitlement this and Entitlement that!  What is with all the Entitlement talk with Identity Manager over the past few years.  Entitlements are not going away and are being used more heavily.  This session will set you perfectly straight without confusion on how to effectively use Entitlements in your Identity Manager infrastructure.  This session consists of lecture and a hands on portion. In the hands on portion you will create an entitlement including defining the policies required to carry out the requirements of the entitlement. You then use the entitlement with the 3 agents (Entitlements Service Driver, User Application Provisioning Workflow, and RBPM Resource Model) available to you in Identity Manager and the Roles Based Provisioning Module to understand how they are applied.

Prerequisites: Experience with Identity Manager policies and Roles Based Provisioning workflows using Designer is recommended.

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