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Symantec Server Management Suite powered by Altiris technology

Symantec Server Management Suite 7.5 provides IT administrators with a comprehensive server management solution for physical and virtual servers across a broad array of platforms, including Windows, Linux, UNIX and virtual platforms. The suite provides solutions to provision, control, automate, and monitor servers from a central console. The combination of complete lifecycle functionality built on an integrated framework enables organizations to gain and maintain control of their servers, reduce service interruptions, and increase uptime.

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Symantec Server Management Suite 7.6 powered by Altiris technology

The complexity of managing today’s data centers is complicated by the mix of traditional physical servers, the growing sprawl of virtual machines and the emergence of cloud-based services.

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Simplify Your Windows Server Migration

Read this solution brief to gain industry-leading migration expertise so you can ensure sustained business value for your organization. Learn how to meet the challenges with migration and deployment solutions that streamline processes to cut the expense, delay, and disruption to business operations—and keep you in control.
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Windows Server 2003 Migration: Take a Fresh Look at Your IT Infrastructure

This IDC Executive Brief analyzes the implications of the termination of Windows Server 2003 support in July 2015 and suggests best practices for organizations that are planning to migrate to a more up to date IT infrastructure.

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HowTo Automatically Save Report to CSV File using Powershell and ASDK

As there is no possibility of saving a Report as csv file on schedule in ITMS 7.x, here's a powershell script to do so. Create a new 'Run Script on Server' Task, choose 'Powershell' and paste the code below. Replace the variables. $reportGUID: Guid of the Report you want to run $reportFile: Path and file name of the output file. Either use a...

Posted: 02-Oct-2015 14:11:19