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It’s Brainshare Time!



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March 20, 2006 8:26 am

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I’m sitting in my SLC hotel room writing this whilst dry-running today’s session with my colleague and co-host, Andy Philp. We’re onstage at 11am and so thought this might be a good opportunity to advertise my sessions for this year.

Please come along and support us, specifically me ;) , the more people I get the happier I will be. Oh, and remember that I want all my sessions to be interactive with Q&A wherever possible.

My sessions are:

  • TUT349 – Upgrading to the Novell ZENworks Suite – 3/20/2006 – 11:00 AM – Room: 150G
  • BOF246 – FORUM: Architecting and Scaling Your Novell ZENworks Solution – 3/21/2006 – 4:30 PM – Room: 251E
  • TUT354 – Novell ZENworks in a Highly Mobile Environment – 3/21/2006 – 1:30 PM – Room: BR – D
  • TUT349 – Upgrading to the Novell ZENworks Suite – 3/22/2006 -3:30 PM – Room: 251B
  • TUT354 – Novell ZENworks in a Highly Mobile Environment – 3/23/2006 – 12:00 PM – Room: 250E

Have a great week!

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  1. Hi, regarding TUT354, did you in fact install eDirectory on WinXP in the cars? Afterwords when I spoke to my eDir colleague he says he can’t remember that this is an install option.

  2. By:Laurence Pitt

    Yes we do install eDirectory on Windows XP for the cars. You are also correct that this isn’t an install option – the reason being that XP is not a Server platform. However it does work and we are not using it as an ‘enterprise directory’ in this case, but as an object repositiory to prevent the need for the cars to cross the WAN for information and updates.

  3. Thanks for the clarification. This option indeed opens some new possibilities in our environment.

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