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Today we continue this week's theme of how and where to download session materials from Rockwell's commercial events by discussing Rockwell's …
Rockwell's RSTechED is a weeklong training event for customers, integrators, distributors, and Rockwell personnel. It is by far my favorite event, well when it's on the East Coast 😉
To get access to these event session materials you'll first want to navigate to http://www.RSTechED.com
Next, select United States and then scroll to the bottom of the page and select the “Select Session Presentations Now Available…”
Finally, log in to the Rockwell Extranet using the same login as you used to sign-up for the event: (Note: I have not found a public link to these materials, but your local authorized distributor should be able to get them for you as I have for several of my clients.)
Once logged in you'll find a scrolling window of events with links to the session material.
I hope you found the above information about downloading Allen-Bradley and Rockwell Software session material from RSTechED helpful. If you did, or if you have a question about RSTechED, please feel free to let us know by using the “post a comment or question” link below.
Until next time, Peace ✌️
Shawn M Tierney
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