Absolute Manage Forum

Absolute Manage Forum

The Absolute Manage Forum is a place where customers can get answers to common questions or access information in our knowledge base. The forum has been around for many years, actively monitored by many members of our team.

The Absolute Manage Forum is a community-based discussion board that is primarily used to discuss technical issues relating to anything from software distribution to power management. There is a forum for “Tips and Tricks” where users can post helpful IT related experiences and fixes for common industry issues. Here, we have seen anything from “how-to’s” to complete scripts that all our customers can use and share to help in their day to day management of asset inventory. We also have a subforum dedicated to MDM and issues related to mobile device deployment; this forum has received the most activity as of late given the current industry focus on MDM.

We would like to invite you to make use of the many resources available on the forum.

The current areas of our forum include:

  • General Information (announcements, feature wish list, user stories)
  • Technical Questions (by platform, about MDM, third-party integrations)
  • Knowledge Base (software distribution, MDM, InstallEase, license monitoring, agent deployment, server tuning, power management and many tips & tricks)
  • Technical Notes
  • Support Videos & Newsletters

The Absolute Manage Forum is just one of many ways we reach out to our customers. Absolute Software maintains several blogs, Twitter accounts, Facebook profiles and other groups. To find your preferred way to interact with us, check out the Absolute Community page.

Arieanna Schweber
Arieanna Schweber has been a part of the Absolute writing team since 2007. Arieanna was Canada’s first female professional blogger and has been professionally blogging since 2006 and has spoken at leading blogging conferences including BlogHer and Northern Voice. Arieanna has a joint degree in Business and Communications from Simon Fraser University and continues to build communities for Vancouver-based clients.

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