Microsoft have published a tool to help us migrate service level agreements (SLAs) created in the old web client to the newer style SLAs we find in the Unified Interface. In this blog post I will explain what is involved.
If you aren’t aware of the update to Service Level Agreements you can read this post, in which I describe how we create the new style SLAs. The two types are very similar but…
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