[Micronet] Dell OnLine Self Dispatch

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[Micronet] Dell OnLine Self Dispatch

Michael C. Nicol
New DOSD portal replaces Dell's Warranty Parts Direct...

http://www.dosd.dell.com 

Dell OnLine Self Dispatch (DOSD) - New Features, Best Practices and live Q&A is now available for your review

You already have access (if you previously registered for the WPD).  Just enter your email address and click forget password.  They will email you a temporary password for the new portal.

If you are registered, they have a phone queue set up to expedite escalation - 800-433-9509

The original broadcast date was:
Date: June 29, 2010
Time: 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 60 minutes

http://event.on24.com/r.htm?e=220789&s=1&k=4C10A474B678F47294ACB905B8E3DDF6 

You can view the training webinar at the link provided above.  The system is less intuitive than the previous portal.  I recommend that you take the time to watch the presentation if you deal with Dell hardware.

You can also download a copy of the slides by clicking on the following link:
http://event.on24.com/event/22/07/89/rt/1/documents/slidepdf/dosd_webinar.pdf 

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Important: System Setup & Compatibility Check

Test the computer that you will be using and make sure you have the minimum technical requirements to attend this webcast.
Test at http://webcast.on24.com/view/help/ehelp.html.

  Michael C. Nicol
 Systems Administrator III, MCSE
 (510)585-1575
 



 
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