Oracle Exadata Storage Server Technical Deep Dive Series – Part II: Requires a Citrix CODEC.

Several people have pointed out that Part II in my Oracle Exadata Storage Server Technical Deep Dive Series would not play back on their computers for lack of a codec.  That is true and I didn’t know that when I tested the uploaded version because I have that particular codec installed on my system. The required bits are produced by Citrix Online. I have updated my webcast index page with more information for obtaining the required codec.

This issue only related to Part II in the series.

For what it’s worth, the codec is easily uninstalled through control panel->Add Remove Software.

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