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The Weekly TEO #9 - V-Blog part Deux: Attack of the Extended Target Properties


Thu, 03/20/2014 - 12:00
Nov 18th, 2011
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Welcome all! It's sub 50 F in Houston, must mean it's time for Winter. No worries for us here in Houston though, we'll be back up in the 80's next week!

I am thinking about doing an online training/meeting session. An open webex for those to come and learn. Thoughts on this? Things you would like to see?

This is the 2nd in my VBLOG series in relation to TEO 2.2 This video is about Extended Target Properties I decided just to do a direct link, less to worry about from an admin side. This is the direct link: https://supportforums.cisco.com/videos/2996. If you would like the original video, I can provide that to those who post email addresses in the comments section.

Shaun's Weekly Q/A

None this week.

Ever week I will pick a handful of questions from you, the reading TEO public, to answer in this part of the blog. They can come from comments posted below or via an inbox I have setup at [email protected]

The e-mail inbox will not be responded to and is not a place to send bug/issue questions, more of a place to send quick hitter type questions or thoughts about the week's blog post. The most insightful/best e-mail/comment will win "Comment of the Week" honors for the following week's blog post.

Please also let me know if you like the format of this blog and what else you would like to see/know about. Feel free to give any ideas as to future blog posts, etc and I will be happy to post them. I hope to do more how-tos, best practices, tips, tricks, and hopefully some interviews of the important people behind the scenes of TEO.

WEEKLY TEO BLOG DISCLAIMER: As always, this is a blog and my (Shaun Roberts) thoughts on TEO, my thoughts on best practices, and my experiences with the product and customers. The above views are in no way representative of Cisco or any of it's partners, etc. None of these views, etc are supported and this is not a place to find standard product support. If you need standard product support please do so via the current call in numbers (650-475-4600 or 877-55-TIDAL) or via e-mail at [email protected] (please include your Cisco ID when emailing in)

Thanks to all for reading and happy automating!

-Shaun Roberts

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TEO Support Team Lead



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