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    Hello Everyone.

    I would like to know if there is any training or any way i can test RM software on a network.
    I have worked in a college for 5 years as a senior technician, and i am now working in the industry. I am thinking about getting a job back in the education sector, but most of the ones i see use RM on the computers and servers, i have not used this so it puts me at a disadvantaged as i am used to doing everything manually.

    you someone point me to some good training info.

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    Re: Using RM

    You don't *have* to use RM - some network managers like it because it makes their day-to-day tasks easier (or so I'm led to believe).

    Personally you can't beat a vanilla setup

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    Re: Using RM

    @paulhyman

    Hi

    Where abouts you based as sure I can find someone for you to visit to talk about it.

    Arguments about RM will go on for ever all I can say is my view and experience. Reasons we choose RM is mainly it free my time up to deal with what me a network manager should be doing which is strategic stuff, dealing with various external orgs I have to deal with and work associated, advising school how technology can be integrated into education environment. We havn't got time to implement a vanilla network.

    imho it takes 8 weeks (approx a summer hols) for a vanilla network to embed and working. I have better use of my time than to do that.

    But as said this my view and my experience.

    As said let me know where abouts you are?

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    Re: Using RM

    My argument to the LG was that a RM network would improve my golf handicap. They weren't impressed :-(

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    Re: Using RM

    you pays your money you makes your choice!!

    Nuff said i think.

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    Re: Using RM

    so bossman what do you think of RM.

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    Re: Using RM

    I have started as a technician in a school and we have CC3. I think its great and if you follow instructions and do things how you should without trying shortcuts then it seems to work fine for us. I love it.

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