Microsoft Management Packs

Revision 481 posted to TechNet Articles by Peter Geelen on 5/22/2018 9:58:10 AM Table of Contents OverviewAdditional toolingReferencesOther Languages Overview Management Pack Version yyyy-mm-dd Active Directory Domain Services Management Pack for System Center 6.0.8321.0 2015-09-09 Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (ADLDS) Management Pack 6.0.8228.0 2014-05-23 Application Center Management Pack for...

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Driving Real Outcomes for a Luxury Automobile Company

Luxury cars are a big-ticket, high-consideration purchase, often including a relatively long decision process. There’s a process to marketing and selling to selective buyers in a highly competitive market that the manufacturers—or original equipment manufacturers (OEMs)—know well. The OEMs must engage potential buyers in multiple ways during the consideration and preference selection process. A car buyer invariably wants to...

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Slack Spec gives developers new ways to work

Slack announced new tools developers can add into their existing workflow at its first developer conference Spec in San Francisco today. The company revealed actions, a new way to provide deeper integrations with development tools and the Slack collaboration solution. With Actions, developers can turn messages into tasks, comments, or follow-ups as well as attach messages to tickets. In addition, users can now save any information in...

Microsoft Management Packs

Revision 480 posted to TechNet Articles by Peter Geelen on 5/22/2018 9:55:07 AM Table of Contents OverviewAdditional toolingReferencesOther Languages Overview Management Pack Version yyyy-mm-dd Active Directory Domain Services Management Pack for System Center 6.0.8321.0 2015-09-09 Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (ADLDS) Management Pack 6.0.8228.0 2014-05-23 Application Center Management Pack for...

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Upfronts 2018: The four must knows for the TV Industry

The 2018 Upfronts have officially wrapped. Last week, all of the major networks and TV advertisers came together to talk deals and take stock in the industry. From cord-cutting to artificial intelligence, there was no shortage of narratives. But what were the most important themes for the market? Here are four that popped up again and again and are likely to continue to dominate conversations well into the summer.   Primetime...