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We have posted two new Virtual Labs for you to complete!
TechNet Virtual Lab: Monitoring SharePoint 2010The objective of this lab is to provide a basic introduction to using Service Level Monitoring to monitor services provided by SharePoint Server 2010. By the end of this lab you will be better able to create a Service Level Object, generate a Report of SharePoint Services Availability, and configure a Service Level Dashboard.
TechNet Virtual Lab: Monitoring Exchange 2010After completing this lab, you will be better able to create a distributed application model, define a Service Level Objective against an Exchange Server, generate a Service Level Tracking Summary Report, and configure and verify a dashboard.
I'd love to hear how you fnd them.
Adam Hall Sr. Technical Product Manager
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