This interactive presentation blends audio, video, and hands-on instruction into a multisensory learning experience that teaches you the basics of IBM AS/400 operations. It is designed for novice- to intermediate-skill-level operators and others who need a firm foundation in AS/400 operations, including system administrators, programmers, help desk staff, and managers. When you have completed this multimedia CD, you will be able to: Manage your AS/400 system, understand AS/400 printing, understand basic work management, understand basic AS/400 security, handle AS/400 messages, start and stop the system, manage system values, manage communication lines, devices, and controllers, backup and restore libraries, objects, and the entire system, manage disk space and reduce DASD usage, manage and apply PTFs, understand database journaling, install operating system upgrades and licensed programs, utilize the AS/400's automated operations facilities, monitor the performance of individual jobs and the system as a whole, troubleshoot and solve system problems, timesaving tips and techniques, Audience: IBM AS/400 system operators, system administrators, programmers, help desk staff, and IT managers, Level: Novice to Intermediate, Operating System: OS/400 V3R1 and higher Format: Multimedia CD combining interactive PowerPoint, video, and step-by-step demos, Materials: None, Length: In this interactive format, you proceed through the presentation at your own pace. If you choose to "watch" the presentation, it lasts 8hours. System Requirements: Windows 95/98/NT; CD-ROM; Pentium 90 or better; sound card and speakers or headphones; a printer for printed output.
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Gary Patterson has several IBM Certified Specialist certificates with titles that include AS/400 RPG Programmer, AS/400 Professional System Administrator, AS/400 Professional System Operator, and AS/400 Professional Network Administrator. He also is an IBM Certified Specialist in e-business for AS/400 Technical Solutions Infrastructure. Gary regularly contributes articles to Midrange Computing magazine, has spoken at COMMON conferences.
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