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Yep, that's why it's still there......


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Jim Oberholtzer
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From "Rob Berendt" <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
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Date 9/26/2022 10:46:25 AM
Subject RE: IBM ESS inventory

Watch the day after you delete that B40 you find out you need that because that was the last machine in that big of a processor group and you've been transferring the license ever since. 😊

Rob Berendt
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Back in the day I updated our inventory with actual system names we use. That way I did not have to memorize or look up the serial numbers for systems. Does anyone know if that is still possible? Our current systems are just listed by serial number and I would love to tag our systems name with them. Also is there a way to remove old retired or scrapped hardware from the inventory list. We go back to an old B40 system that has not been around for 28 years.

Chris Bipes
Director of Information Services

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