The Water Cooler

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2 months ago
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Helpful Links from March 6, 2020

Here are some helpful links the support team sent over:

KB for login https://ca-broadcom.wolkenservicedesk.com/external/article?articleId=145873 ...

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7 months ago
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Update 2/10/20

Multi-Factor Authentication time to login changed from 5 minutes to 15 minutes to validate email.   Remember when you load the initial Okta login screen the email ...

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13 days ago
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You may or may not know we use Okta as our Single Sign-on SSO system for the Broadcom Community and the information stored when you register for https://support.broadcom.com.  ...

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14 days ago
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The short answer is No, mainly because our login system that uses Okta keys of the central database on support.broadcom.com .  Your registration profile associated with your company ...

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17 days ago
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Finding Your Product Community

The below video will walk you through how to find a Product Community on the Broadcom Community.

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17 days ago
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Communities vs. Groups

What is the difference between Communities vs. Groups?   Communities or Product Communities represent Support for a particular product.   A Group is typically ...

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17 days ago
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How to Edit your Privacy Settings on the Community

This video will walk you through how to open or lock down your Community Profile.

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17 days ago
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What is the Water Cooler?

The Water Cooler Community is a place to go to ask questions directed to the Community Mgmt. Team about the Community platform and features/functionali ...

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one month ago
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5 months ago
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The video below will walk you through updating your username which by default is your first name and last name.   After you update your username it will be your public and member ...

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