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Tango Project, News from Support

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June 23rd, 2006

Jakub Steiner discusses the Tango project with Ted. Randy Goddard–is this guy becoming a regular?–joins Dave Mair for News from Support.

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Novell Authorized Beta Program, News from Support

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June 9th, 2006

Beta Manager Beverly Brown tells us the ins and outs of the Novell Authorized Beta program. Dave Mair brings in Randy Goddard for News from Support. Ted shares some of the recent goings-on in the Novell Community.

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Open Workgroup Suite, News from Support

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May 31st, 2006

Rick Fowler and Allen Tietjen of the workgroup product management team provide us an overview of the Open Workgroup Suite. Dave Mair reviews recent Linux-related news in Novell Support.

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Identity Manager Designer, News from Support

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May 22nd, 2006

Correspondent Lee Howarth investigates the Designer component of Novell Identity Manager 3. Then Dave Mair tells us some of the latest from Novell Support.

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Novell Client for Linux and News from Support

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April 17th, 2006

Tens of thousands of organizations worldwide use either NetWare or Open Enterprise Server. Many of these organizations have told Novell that in order to start using Linux as a desktop OS, they must have a way for desktop Linux systems to simply and easily connect to their Novell infrastructure. Jason Williams tell us how Novell is bringing this to life. (The Developers went AWOL. Actually, AWL.)

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