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what are the AEM's in networker and where would I find them?

what are the AEM's in networker and where would I find them?

what are the AEM's in networker and where would I find them?

(OP)
any help would be great...thanks...

RE: what are the AEM's in networker and where would I find them?

It would be helpful if you would potential helpers know what you really mean with "AEM"? - Sorry, the pain of TLAs ....

RE: what are the AEM's in networker and where would I find them?

(OP)
we've been asked to supply the AEM's for a new 3rd party support company.....all i have is authorisation codes and enabler codes to give them so no idea where the AEM part comes at all!!!! sorry its a bit vague......

RE: what are the AEM's in networker and where would I find them?

Sorry - no idea. The only info i could find so far is an Army/Air Force internal 'part number'.

RE: what are the AEM's in networker and where would I find them?

Hello,

sure about AEM ? Not OEM ?
Some Networker licenses could have been purchased by a third party company, then redistributing to the end-user by the way of an OEM license contract, part of a complete save solution (software and hardware).
Is this what you mean ?
In addition, please explain what is your job, who is asking this query and some other stuff to help us...

Denis

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