>At 01:47 PM 12/22/97 -0500, Jeff_Velten@at-a-glance.com wrote:
>> You can also get
>>the Service Packs through FTP from the Client Access home page. I'd be
>>happy to give you some ideas on how to administer the Service Packs. If
>>you're interested, drop me an e-mail.
>I'd be real interested in some discussion on this. Seems like a very large
>if you have a lot of workstations. Also, wouldn't the service levels between
>the AS/400 and the PCs get out of sync with the service level check then

That's true, and from my myopic perspective, that's a plus. I don't want
the service level check running in startup. It takes long enough to boot up
a PC these days without that. I've also turned off the history log and the
task bar icon. Updates have been pretty much a no-brainer. If they look OK,
I just mail a desktop .lnk file to the users with boiler plate instructions
and let 'em go at it. The worst that can happen is that I would have to
delete CA and reinstall. It hasn't been necessary yet. If they don't
install an update for some reason, I can always help them do it later. It's
worked very well so far, and has taken almost no effort on my part.


Pete Hall

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