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TechNet Radio: Delivering Results–Using System Center Orchestrator to Patch Complex Data Center Scenarios

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Tommy Patterson welcomes Sr. IT Service Engineer Daniel Benson and Sr. Program Manager Shyam Patel to the show as they discuss how Microsoft IT uses System Center Orchestrator to automate patch management operations. Tune in as they discuss some complex scenarios and how they architected the solution as well as some best practices

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