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Just released, the new System Center operations management pack for Exchange 2010!
I’m delighted that the availability of this management pack (MP) coincides with the general availability of Exchange 2010, which was announced by Stephen Elop at yesterday’s keynote at TechEd Europe 2009.
Covering the monitoring of all Exchange 2010 roles (mailbox server, client access server, hub transport server, edge transport server and unified messaging server), this MP helps drive down the cost of ensuring service levels for Exchange are achieved with hundreds of monitors and rules, and in-depth information.
Download the operations management pack for Exchange 2010, which can be installed on both System Center Operations Manager 2007, Operations Manager 2007 SP1, and Operations Manager 2007 R2.
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