Get your questions answered at the February Online Experts days

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HP Online Expert Days is when you can get all of your tough issues and questions addressed. HP product, R&D, Support team members and other employees join our online forums to answer customers’ toughest technical questions on specific software products.  These special events give customers a chance to talk directly with the HP Experts. It is also an excellent way to get engaged in the forums!

 

Please join us for one of the Online Expert Days outlined below. For the most current list of upcoming Online Expert Days, as well as a listing of newly created Meet the Expert videos, please visit the HP Software Online Support Services - Forum events. Remember to bookmark this page so you are aware of all of scheduling updates (this way you won’t miss an event!).

 

These are the products that are hosting Online Expert Days in February:

 

TRIM Stability/Crashing Issues Feb 3 and 4

BSM (APM & OMi) BSM (APM & OMi) RUM 9.2x Troubleshooting Feb 3 and 4

vPV Simplifying Performance Management Using vPV Feb 4

SiteScope Calculated Metrics in SiteScope Feb 11 and 12

BSM (APM & OMi) BSM (APM & OMi) 9.2x Enrichment Manager & Troubleshooting Feb 25 and 26

 

Each event has different starting and ending times; check with each individual event for the specifics.

 

Please note that the above events will be held in the private forums which are visible only to those customers who have a valid SAID tied to their HP Passport profile, and to internal users who have been granted access. All users must be logged into the community for the private forums to be visible.  Please email swcommunity@hp.com for access. 

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