URLs for Setting Up Campaign Client

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ad0b3gan

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ad0b3gan
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09-10-2015

I am taking Adobe Campaign Certificate Plan: Developer: New Hire > Campaign Specific > Setting Up and Configuring Adobe Campaign Client and having trouble

  1. identifying the URL to download the client that the course video says I should have received.
  2. determining the URL to use in the client's Connections dialog to connect the installed client to the training Campaign server.

Page 6 of the certificate program's participant guide suggests that I should have received the URL to download the Campaign client in the email invitation I received for the certificate program:

Adobe Campaign Client Setup URL and Credentials

URL: You should have received the URL of your training environment in your

training confirmation email. The Download & Install the Campaign Client video

tells you how to use this information.

I guess I should have received the URL to use in the client's Connections dialog in the same email?  Regardless, the email I received contains no such information.

Can anyone help me nail down these details to proceed?  Thanks!

(Note that in the interim I will proceed with installing Campaign on my local box per the pre-certificate-program onboarding for Campaign Technical Consultants.  Maybe this will be all I need to apply the course's lessons; but the Setting Up and Configuring Adobe Campaign Client course does not presume this fallback option: it would be nice to clarify how to proceed as the course video and certificate program's participant guide describe – for others' benefit going forward if nothing else.)

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13-11-2015

> Hi Joe,

> Can you please forward me certificate programs participant guide to this id g.premkumar@ymail.com.  It will be very helpful if you forward any study materials for clearing the certification exam.

> Thanks,

> Prem Kumar Ganesan

Hi, Prem.

Sorry for a belated reply.  I see that Linda has pointed you in the right direction, as she is much more knowledgeable than I.  (Thanks, Linda!)

Best of luck!