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I know that a lot of people have been awaiting the arrival of the Dynamics CRM 4.0 operations management pack, and judging by the feedback I’ve received since it became available last week the news is very well received!
With this management pack, administrators of Dynamics CRM can respond quickly to critical events and take action to prevent service outages, reducing the resolution time for alert conditions, and increasing the overall availability and performance of the Dynamics CRM system.
To summarize the features of the management pack for Dynamics CRM 4.0:
The management pack is available for immediate download from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=c2c9c4b6-69d5-432a-9560-8e4a6e01573a
Sacha Dawes, CISSP Sr. Technical Product Manager System Center Solutions for Dynamic Datacenters
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