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dfrancis

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New forum discussion 06 Aug 2013
This should be easy and it seems like the built-in compents should do this, but I need to get a list of all assets owned by a user from SMP 7 and I have the user's Active Directory info (ADUserInfo).  Was thinking I could use the "Common Name" attribute and map that to the ...
New forum discussion 06 Jun 2013
I've seen some old forum posts on this, but nothing recent.  For a shop using asset but wanting to leverage the convenience of barcode readers, what is the best thing out there these days? I saw mention of an iOS app called Barcode Essentials.  Is that pretty decent, or ...
New event 16 May 2013
...Take me out to the ballgame AND the user group meeting! Join us for our next Columbus Endpoint Management User Group meeting on Monday, June 24 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at Huntington Park. Following the meeting, enjoy a complementary baseball game ...
New forum discussion 16 Apr 2013
We're a smaller shop that's still running DS 6.9 for our imaging/software deployment needs but also have SMP 7.1 collecting inventory and doing some patch stuff.  We're getting ready to roll out Office 2013 to our users, and with our initial testing deploying it with a DS ...
New event 01 Mar 2013
Join us for our next Columbus Endpoint Management User Group meeting on Thursday, March 28 from noon to 4:00 pm at the Ohio Department of Taxation. This meeting will feature a presentation by Patrick Tyler of Symantec, covering an overview of the new Altiris ...
New forum discussion 13 Nov 2012
We redirect the My Documents folder to a network share via Group Policy, and as a result the PGP keyrings get redirected as well due to their default location going into a "PGP" folder in My Documents. I'd like to keep these files locally, i.e. in C:\Users\username\PGP ...