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ITIL QUESTION, OBJECT OF PROBLEM MANAGEMENT

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Hi, IN ITIL WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT AN OBJECT OF PROBLEM MANAGEMENT

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Problem Management tracks problems, and tries to coordinate a response to fixing underlying causes... prevent the problems and the incidents related to those problems from reoccurring.  Problem Management usually does look for work-around solutions, but could request changes to systems through the Change Management process.  Not certain what objects you might be looking at...
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"The following" is missing from your question... please list the objectives you'd like us to look at
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