When the render job is done and the video uploaded someplace, it will email you the link to the video. Here's where I got snagged the first time I did a setup. Wherever you upload the video to MUST be able to be gotten to from the web. Once everything is working you could lose or delete the email, you can always login via a web browser to your account and get a list of all your previous jobs and the locations where they've been uploaded. Notice that when you login you always have client download links...so install like crazy since the license isn't in the client, it's at the server! I should also point out that those "Frequently Asked Questions" quite often have links to videos. In fact I've been able to do a fast 15 minute orientation for my users and point them at the FAQs to complete their training. So far I've not been burned and my users are all reporting great successes.
My only hesitation has been the generally poor quality of the microphones commonly found for computers. I'm using a Sennheiser wireless mike rig so that my lecturers can wander around, but the problem has been in getting audience questions. I recently found an amazing mike at the VoiceCon show in San Francisco from Marshall Electronics (MXL) that even in a noisy exhibit hall, was able to do a skype test call of both me and the Mike from Marshall that was as clear as if I were using a headset. That mike isn't quite available to order yet, but it's going to look just like the MX-FR401 but instead of requiring phantom power on an XLR connector, it has a USB interface. I'm expecting a review unit any day now, so stay tuned for that review.