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Digging deeper into System Center Orchestrator 2012: Test and Start RunBooks

Continuing in the beginner’s series, Anil Erduran, with MCS of Middle East and Africa, talks about testing and starting System Center Orchestrator 2012 RunBooks in a recent post.  In the post, Anil walks through testing, saving, and running existing RunBooks.

I don’t know about you, but I’m thoroughly enjoying the series.

The full post: System Center Orchestrator 2012 – Test & Start RunBooks

Previous posts:

Covering the basics of System Center 2012 Orchestrator

Digging into System Center Orchestrator 2012: RunBooks

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