Does anyone know of some knowledge bases for this software? I would like to start to be self-taught for the most part. My work might send me to the boot camps for the training but I would like to get ahead of the game if that doesn't happen. I wouldn't mind paying a little bit for them also. Video tutorials would be good too.
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take it with a pinch of salt, but if I remember correctly someone here on the forum offers training in the UK...

Answered 05/23/2016 by: Pressanykey
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Before going for the full "Boot camp", You can go for the jumpstart training....which is done remotely with a tutor.  So you can do it from home. Good way to start if you are an absolute beginner. I think its paid, but not expensive.

Link below for info......

or contact dell for more direct info.

Also you can train yourself, which is the route I took. They have an load of training videos on the dell support site.

Lots of videos in the archive for beginners and advanced users

Also you register, then you get an email to join new training videos when they are live, and you can ask questions at the end. But believe me  you  can teach yourself. Start from the "Getting started" videos and work your way up".

All the topics are available. 

Link below.....

Just select the product by typing in the search bar.....e.g K1000 or k2000. You will get all the training videos for each product.


I also once asked for trainers in the UK, and got referred to these guys.

Hope this helps.

Answered 05/23/2016 by: akmagnum
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  • Wow Thank you! I don't mind self-taught or not. Just a place to start usually.
    • The Dell Kace K1000 has lots of training/ community opportunities: 
      1), really great resource, centered around K1000
      2) On demand training -
      3) Kace Kontinuing Eduction (KKE)
      4) BootKamps (they have one in NYC and a couple of other major cities, you have to pay for this)
      5) Dell Software User Forum (annually in Texas, I would highly recommend this, yes you would have to pay for this)
      6) Kace Jumpstart, you have to pay for this 
      7) Kace  Connect:
      8) Kace UserVoice
      9) Dell Kace InkPad - monthly (ish) newsletter 

      And some more community sites:
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Try this is a new service delivered by qualified and experienced KACE techs, no pinch of salt required ;o)
Answered 05/27/2016 by: Hobbsy
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