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Fundamental Software Delivers New Windows Management Solution

Fundamental Software Inc. released Enterprise Configuration Manager (ECM) 3.0, a management solution that provides built-in capabilities for centrally assessing and standardizing Windows NT and 2000 configurations across enterprise environments.

ECM 3.0 ships with Windows 2000 migration reports that let enterprises centrally pinpoint hardware and software configurations that can prevent the smooth migration to Windows 2000. Reports collect configuration data on NICs, memory, disk space, among other variables, and identify components that are not on the compatibility list, or systems that lack sufficient resources to run Windows 2000.

ECM 3.0 also provides predefined compliance packages for Microsoft Exchange, IIS, and SQL Server in order to help administrators optimize the configuration of those BackOffice applications.

In addition, ECM 3.0 collects all WMI data published by the Windows NT/2000 operating system and Active Directory, as well as Windows NT/2000-based applications and hardware.

Contact Fundamental Software, (719) 447-4600, www.fudamentalsoftware.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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