Daily Archives: March 31, 2005

My blog has moved too…

You’ve probably seen this from several others.  I assume that you’ve updated all of the links and RSS feeds already.  Cos you’re organised aren’t you?

Here are the new links:

Web: http://web.archive.org/web/20051210052427/http://blogs.technet.com/eileen_brown

RSS: http://web.archive.org/web/20051210052427/http://blogs.technet.com/eileen_brown/rss.aspx

Or you can click the link at the top of the blog and get email updates instead.  Fiendishly clever.

I suppose I’d better update all of my links too!…..


MOM CRM connector

I got an email from Simon today asking all of the MOM gurus to have a look at this.  (I thought it said MOM gnu’s until i found my glasses… oops).  I think it should also be for CRM gurus too though… 

The MOM-CRM Connector download is now live.  The MOM-CRM Connector is a COM+ component for creating the necessary entries in Microsoft CRM and a Web service component for connecting to the MOM 2005 connector framework. The connector code is written in C# on the Microsoft .NET Framework. While MOM 2005 proactively monitors your IT services environment, it raises initial alert warnings that are filtered and forwarded with the Microsoft MOM-CRM connector to Microsoft CRM 1.2 Customer Service, where a trouble ticket is generated, and where you can assign, manage, and resolve the cases with automated routing, queuing, and escalation of service requests, along with case management, tracking, and auto-response e-mail.

This connector was developed for Microsoft by a Microsoft partner in Switzerland, Lambert Consulting                   

The source code is available here

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