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Twin Cities Endpoint Management User Group

Public Group | Founded: 28 Apr 2005 | Serving 211 members

Welcome to the Twin Cities Endpoint Management User Group website!

If you live in the Twin Cities area and use any Endpoint Management 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

New event 04 Nov 2014
Please join us for our joint Twin Cities Endpoint Management and Security & Compliance User Group meeting on Tuesday, November 18th from 12:00pm to 5:00pm at Pinstripes. Lunch will be served! And games! Agenda: 12:00-12:45 p.m. - Lunch, Welcome ...
New discussion 10 Jul 2014
We haven't yet upgraded to 7.5 and would like to get a better grip on our agents' health.  I've seen a report out there for the 6.x version of the NS, but not 7.1.  Does anyone have a report that might help? Marge
New event 05 Mar 2014
Symantec App Center Installation and Administration Symantec Mobility Education Services is pleased to announce the upcoming App Center course. The course will be held on March 11-13 in the Houston, TX Office. Contact your local Symantec Education ...
New idea 03 Mar 2014
On the SEPM home screen – our SEPM servers in our DMZ can’t ever get the “Latest from Symantec” for current defs –would be nice to be able to configure for that to update over HTTPS?  In a DMZ environmnet - we can only open ports to the ...
New idea 03 Mar 2014
Would like to see the ability to be able to select the download DEF updates from via HTTPS, (basically be able to select HTTP/HTTPS).  Currently it's not supported.  In a DMZ environmnet - we can only open ports to the outside ...
New event 25 Jan 2013
The Symantec Cyber Readiness Challenge is a competition designed for all levels of technical expertise that puts participants in the hacker’s shoes to understand their targets, technology and thought processes so they can ultimately better ...