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Monitoring Exchange 2013 with What's Up Gold

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Anyone used WUG to monitor Exchange 2013? any articles or advices?
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by:Rafael
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I can't say that I have. However, I have have used both Orion's Solar Winds and Managed Engines. Solar Winds Exchange Monitor
and Managed Engines Exchange monitoring tool.

Both are free and both did everything that I needed.

HTH
-Rafael
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I'm just starting in this company, we are implementing Exchange 2013, and they want to use What's Gold to monitor it using the plug-ins, I need to know how this can be done,
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For the New Managed Availability, SCOM is the best.
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SCOM is the best solution for Exchange 2013 Managed availability
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