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Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 Field Guide

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ISBN: 9781590597095
Publisher: Apress
Published: 20 October, 2006
Format: Paperback

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Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 Field Guide

Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) allows administrators to troubleshoot – and prevent – problems in Microsoft server networks. The text offers everything from a review of MOM 2005 architecture and internals to planning and deployment guidelines, advanced troubleshooting, and integration with popular management frameworks like Tivoli. Appendices include custom upgrade guides. The approach is strictly practical and real-world, based on the authors’ own experience. The book is written for an audience familiar with MOM but not expert at administering it. The solutions and troubleshooting tips are concise, and to the point. The chapters are standalone and can be referenced in any order.

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