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Using Our Community

Registering for an account

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To register for an account in the Flexera Community: Select Sign In in the upper-right corner of the community. Select Let's go! under Don't have an account?. Enter your email address and select Submit. Open the email from community@flexera.com and...
by Community Manager AustinG Community Manager

Deactivating community accounts

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In the event you need to deactivate a user that is on your organization's account, do the following: Identify the users that you need deactivated You can get a list of community users at your organization from your Customer Success Manager or Flexera Support...
by Community Manager AustinG Community Manager

Looking for Flexera API information?

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We offer a variety of APIs for our products. To get started, find your product below. If you run into questions, please post questions in our forums. AdminStudio PowerShell Cmdlets are available to automate many operations related to AdminStudio E...
by KPBussey Flexera Alumni

About the Flexera Community

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Flexera Community (community.flexera.com) is the place for people who have questions to connect with people who have answers related to Flexera’s products and solutions. Community members include people from Flexera’s customers, partners and Flexera...
by Community Manager ChrisG Community Manager

Connecting your Community Account to your Organization

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In order to have access to our Support Portal, Product and License Center and customer-only Learning Center courses, customers must have their individual community accounts tied to their organization. There are two ways to do this connection: 1. At ...
by KPBussey Flexera Alumni

How to Gain Access to the Partner Portal (formerly Impartner)

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In June 2019, Flexera acquired RISC Networks. To learn more about this acquisition, click here. Support always has been at the core of both Flexera and RISC Networks. We work tirelessly to ensure our partners and customers have the resources and to...
by KPBussey Flexera Alumni

How to Use HTML Editor in Posts

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If you want more hands-on control for how your post appears, this post is for you. Access the HTML Editor by: 1. Click the ... icon 2. Click the HTML button HTML Editor Related Articles How to Create a Post About Accepted Solutions
by KPBussey Flexera Alumni

How to Create a Post

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Would you like to know what other clients are doing in the same situation? Then post a question to the Forum! Questions are actively monitored by specialists across the company and customer base. You can post a question by clicking the “post a quest...
by KPBussey Flexera Alumni