I got an email this morning with a link to creating your agenda for JNUC, but when I try to login, it says "event closed". If I use a different email or password it gives me a credentials error, so I know they are correct, I just don't understand why they would say it's open and to login when you can't.
One of the emailed responses I got was that they could not email the link to everyone last week because "final touches were still being finished". Actually the final touches should be been done 2 or 3 weeks ago, and then the link should have been sent out last week. This would give them time to deal with login issues several days before the event instead of the day before. I took time off from my regular work to attend this thing. I will be very PO'd if the streaming doesn't work well tomorrow. I have a gigabit internet connection, so I know the issue will not be on my end.
one thing that isn't clear as an attendee will these sessions that overlap at the same time be rewatchable on-demand or is there a waiting period? also are there live elements of them or are they all pre-recorded only? apologies if I missed something on the jnuc site(s) but it does not seem to (me at least) too straightforward.
@dng2000 The sessions are being recorded. I always go back and watch a lot of the sessions after JNUC is over. It's a great way to make up for sessions that I wanted to attend being scheduled at the same time. It's hard to make up my mind sometimes π€ I was glad to see that the keynote is being presented a second time tonight since I have something I need to do this morning that would have conflicted with watching the keynote.
Thanks for the update @donmontalvo!
For anyone that missed part of the keynote: Registration is open and free to attend today through Thursday, October 1. The Keynotes and all sessions will be available in the JNUC platform for the next 2-3 weeks while we migrate them live on Jamf.com permanently following JNUC.
For those trying to get into the virtual platform you can follow the steps below to reset your password.
There is no limit to the number of times you can reset your password so if you could try again while making sure to follow the steps below that would be great.
Step 1: Click the "CLICKING HERE" blue button on our login page: http://info.jamf.com/r00C0P2j4Yyl0hVg00000X0
Step 2: A new page titled, Jamf Nation User Conference 2020 - Reset Password, will pop-up where you can enter your email address in the required field.
Step 3: You will get an email titled; Reset Password . The email address is from; Jamf Events (firstname.lastname@example.org) This email will include a link that will take you to the Change Your Password page.
Step 4: Once you change your password you will be automatically redirected back to the login page to enter your email address with new password you create.
Let us know what step you are stuck on after trying again and we will go from there.
Here are some other helpful tips for a successful experience:
The login and password fields are case-sensitive so please use all lowercase with your email login and password will be the case set used in creating your password.
Remember to check your spam folder if you do not receive the email titled; Reset Password.
Clear your cache if you have tried logging in with several failed attempts in a row
Confirm you are using the email address that you registered with when logging in and resetting your password
Unable to access anything after the keynote ended. Cant access my agenda to see what/when/where to go for what I've signed up for. Resources->Help doesn't work, emailed jnuchelp but haven't gotten a reply... I know I had something for noon but can't get to anything.
Edit- "onlineexperiences.com" is finally responding again- but it took half an hour of trying