This Webcast is scheduled for November 4, 2008. The length is 1.5 hours with a Q&A session following the presentation. Please be sure to use the RSVP link below before the Webcast to register and receive the dial-in details. As always, there is no charge for participating.
Title: NSD case studies for Domino on System i
Date: November 4, 2008 (Tuesday)
Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 pm Eastern US time (GMT -4)
Conference URL: http://www.webdialogs.com/join/?schedid=8732769
Audio by phone:
Please use the RSVP link to register, the dial-in and your unique pin will then be e-mailed.
RSVP link: https://www.myrcplus.com/rsvp-index.asp?BWebID=&CID=8181479
Please dial in 5-10 minutes early to allow time for registration of all participants before the presentation starts.
Ever wonder just what secrets lie in the NSD file? This Webcast will review 3 specific cases that showcase how Domino for System i Support analyzes outages that may occur on your Domino server. Please join us while we review some basics of navigating one of Support's most important tools.
When RSVPing and Dialing In
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You can find an up-to-date schedule of upcoming Open Mic calls and Webcast calls, as well as links to slides and recordings from past calls, here:
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Webcasts are slide presentations by a single presenter followed by Questions & Answers related to the material covered, as time permits.
Please remember to book your calendar for this call. We look forward to talking with you!
The IBM Notes/Domino on System i team