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In this video Jeff Wettlaufer, Sr. Technical Product Manager for System Center speaks with Dave Lippa, Solution Engineer for 1E. Jeff and Dave talk about the extensions delivered by the 1E ‘Nighwatchman’ technology for System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3 and the new Power Management capabilities.
Jeff and Dave talk about the 1E product lineup, specifically what Nightwatchman delivers for Power Management. This product ‘extends’ ConfigMgr, and can use a 1E product called Wakeup (outside of local Windows Wake Timer technology or System Center Wake on LAN technology) to assist with ensuring systems are up when needed. 1E adds to ConfigMgr ‘administrative flexibility’ as well as ‘end user empowerment’, and ‘reporting’ for Power Management services.
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Jeff Wettlaufer Sr Technical Product Manager System Center, Management and Security Division
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