Configuration Manager 2007 Help File Update Wizard – myITforum.com

 

The System Center Configuration Manager 2007 User Assistance team has created the Configuration Manager 2007 Help File Update Wizard, which can be used to update the help files associated with Configuration Manager 2007 to the December 2008 version of the Configuration Manager 2007 documentation library. If a Configuration Manager console is installed on the computer that the wizard is started on, the existing help documentation can be updated to the December 2008 version of the Configuration Manager Documentation Library. If a Configuration Manager 2007 console is not installed on the computer that the wizard is started on, the December 2008 version of the Configuration Manager 2007 documentation library help file can be copied locally. In addition, options are available to run the help update wizard from the command line. See the product readme document for more details.

Configuration Manager 2007 Help File Update Wizard – myITforum.com

System Center Service Manager : Mapping ITIL/MOF Change Management process to the features of System Center Service Manager

 

Hi. I’m Bill Anderson, a technical writer for System Center Service Manager. I’ve been working with PM Vladimir Bakhmetyev to put this blog post together to show you a little about how you can use change management features found in Service Manager to help model process frameworks such as MOF.

System Center Service Manager : Mapping ITIL/MOF Change Management process to the features of System Center Service Manager

iPhone gets Software 2.2.1 update

iPhone gets Software 2.2.1 update

Feed: BetaNews.Com
Posted on: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 4:34 PM
Author: BetaNews.Com
Subject: iPhone gets Software 2.2.1 update

Apple has pushed out a minor software update to its iPhone, iPhone 3G, and iPod Touch devices this afternoon. According to the update information from Apple, among 246MB worth of unnamed bug fixes and improvements, Safari's stability has been improved, and an "issue where some images saved from Mail do not display correctly in the Camera Roll" has been fixed.      

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Reminder: 1E NightWatchman 5.5 – Webinar

Reminder: 1E NightWatchman 5.5 – Webinar

From: 1E Marketing [mailto:1E@telfis-mailer.co.uk]
Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 9:27 AM
To: rodtrent@myitforum.com
Subject: Reminder: 1E NightWatchman 5.5 – Webinar

       
Reduce IT costs, cut energy bills & save the planet

Dear Colleague,

NightWatchman is the market-leading PC power management solution for safely powering down unattended computers across an organization’s entire PC network. This proven and scalable solution will enable you to significantly reduce your IT operating costs and quickly achieve ‘green IT’ credentials.

I am pleased to invite you to attend a ‘live’ webinar about the launch of
NightWatchman 5.5. This online event will allow you to gain a better understanding of how the new NightWatchman software can be simply used to reduce your organization’s electricity costs, energy wastage and carbon footprint.

Key features & benefits include

Reduces bottom-line costs, saves energy & reduces CO2 emissions

Automatically powers down PCs according to a centrally controlled schedule

Protects unsaved user data prior to powering down

Provides accurate, detailed reporting on current & possible future cost, energy and CO2 savings

Works in any environment with or without existing systems management infrastructures

Ensures PCs enter low power states during idle periods for greater savings

Ability to set daily maintenance windows to allow scheduled maintenance

Minimizes the window of opportunity for virus infiltration

Easily installable lightweight desktop client

 

 

Register for a free webinar
Attend a ‘live’ webinar and discover the new features and benefits of NightWatchman 5.5 for yourself. This 1 hour webinar will allow you to learn directly from a 1E Solutions Engineer and provides the opportunity to ask questions.

Date     

:

January 28, 2009

Time

:

4.00 pm (UK Time)

Yours sincerely,

Courtney Austin
Marketing Manager, 1E

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