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Training for a newbie

My question is,  would there be anyone willing to give a 30 to 60-minute run-through on how to use the Antsle.  I can create antlets and understand the difference between containers and KVM.  All that being said, there is no how-to guide for beginners on how to console into the antlet, or use the internal VNC.  I really just need a quick run-through on the basics.  I am a Windows engineer but, have been in the CIO chair for the last few years, so I am competent but rusty.  If anyone is interested please let me know and I will send out an invite for time and screen-share.  IT would be greatly appreciated.




Hey Jim-

I gotcha covered. Send an email to and I'll hook you up with an onboarding call with support. They may not have time to dive into everything but it should help.

This video should also help, let me know if it does or what it doesn't cover that you want to know.

I won't be offended if it doesn't help enough, I'll just make another one 🙂

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I noticed that your inquiry about training for Antsle is from four years ago. While the thread may be a bit older, the quest for knowledge is timeless. If you're still interested in learning how to use Antsle or if you've encountered new challenges since then, it's never too late to seek guidance. You might want to check out training provider in malaysia. They specialize in offering training programs and might have resources or instructors who can assist you in getting started with Antsle. Your background as a Windows engineer and CIO chair experience provides a strong foundation, and a quick run-through should help you get back into the swing of things.

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