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Public Group | Founded: 12 Sep 2012 | Serving 441 members

This group is focused on implementation best practices, UI guidance, and performance and scalability tips for ITMS.

A Symantec team of experts is tasked with monitoring this group page. We will post content and highlight helpful resources for ITMS administrators. Join us to ask questions, share suggestions with others, and make requests for product improvements. Here are some topics that fit this group page: ITMS installation; first-time setup and configuration; designing your ITMS environment; Notification Server and UI performance; and general usability.

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New article 25 Aug 2016
About multicasting Multicasting lets you transmit packages to selected groups of recipients. It improves package server performance on large networks and protects package servers from being overloaded, especially when distributing large packages. It ...
New discussion 25 Aug 2016
Hello We using Deployment solution 7.6 smoothly few days before. We successfully deploying image on client machine after boot to production altiris agent lost his connection with NS server and after manually update agent gets connected with NS ...
New article 15 Aug 2016
Token format that can be used on the subject line of the Automation Policy is as follows: %![Prefix:]Name!%Prefix can be one of following: global – generic global value aup – generic Automation Policy item property ds – Data Source field sql – ...
New discussion 09 Aug 2016
IT Management Suite 8.0 HF3 release is now available. Following are the main highlights: Addressed 62 customer escalations (192 defects in total) Expanded list of supported platforms. The following operating systems are now supported for the ...
New article 05 Aug 2016
What is this? The Administrator Software Development Kit (ASDK) is a set of application programming interfaces (APIs) that access the functionality of Notification Server (NS), Site Servers (previously called Task Servers), and various NS ...