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San Diego Endpoint Management User Group

Public Group | Founded: 08 Feb 2005 | Serving 140 members

Welcome to the San Diego Endpoint Management User Group website!

If you live in the San Diego area and use any Altiris products, we invite you to join our User Group! To become an official member, click the "Request Membership" button (you must log into Connect first).

Why join our User Group and attend our meetings?

  • Learn and share best practices
  • Network with your peers
  • Find answers to challenges
  • Receive latest information on Symantec products
  • Earn Connect Points and redeem for prizes!
  • Enjoy free food!

Group Activity

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New event 13 Aug 2012
Join us for our next San Diego Endpoint Management User Group meeting on Tuesday, August 28th.   Altiris Roadmap, Workflow (Jason Short, Symantec) Roundtable Oh yeah, Lunch will be served!    Where: Jack in the Box Inc 9330 ...
New blog entry 06 Apr 2012
Just a heads up on the dates for the next San Diego Altiris, I mean, Endpoint Management User Group Meetings, please add to your calendars.     Thu, May 17 @ Point Loma Nazarene   Thu, Aug 16 @ Jack in the Box   Thu, Nov 15 @ ...
New blog entry 26 Mar 2012
Erica Steffenson is looking for a qualified Altiris consultant. Please view the following information for more details: I am doing a search for someone who has Sr-level experience with Altiris Asset Management Solution and Altiris Workflow Solution to ...
New event 07 Feb 2012
Join us for our next San Diego Endpoint Management User Group meeting on Wednesday, February 29.   We have a fantastic agenda lined up!  Jon Sharp from the Symantec Product Management team will discuss Deployment Solution versions 7.1 SP2 ...
New event 15 Sep 2011
Join us for our next San Diego Endpoint Management User Group meeting on Wednesday, September 28. We have a fantastic agenda lined up! Sony will give a case study on their migration from ServiceDesk 7.0 to 7.1 including an overview of how they use ...