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Microsoft System Center: Extending Operations Manager Reporting

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Microsoft System Center: Extending Operations Manager Reporting
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Publisher: Microsoft Press
Number of pages: 112

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This book dives into how to extend the reporting capabilities within System Center Operations Manager. By using this information, Operations Manager administrations will have a more comprehensive approach to providing custom reports tailored to their environments. Learn how to create these custom reports and package them up in management packs for deployment.

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