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Join us for an interactive webinar to review the upcoming TES 6.2 release. Cisco TES Engineering and product management team members will discuss the following TES 6.2 features and enhancements:
Client Manager - thin client performance enhancements and optimizations (ease of use for scrolling, filtering and expand/collapse capabilities)
New Adapter for Cisco UCS Manager - build complete server maintenance workflows and trigger them according to maintenance windows
Multi-domain LDAP Support
Runtime User Support in TES Workgroups
Preview of the the new light–weight Java Client that will be available as part of the March 2014 release of TES 6.2.
The future TES roadmap as well as the support and maintenance plans for the current TES 5.3.1 release will also be detailed. Please take some time to join us in this call to find out more about the Java Client and other features of 6.2!
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