Operations Center 5.6 Experience Manager Guide

The Experience Manager Guide explains how to configure and manage the Operations Center Experience Manager™. It describes the product architecture and explains how to use Experience Manager features.


This guide is intended for system administrators who are responsible for setting up and administering the Experience Manager within the Operations Center environment. It is assumed that they are familiar with Operations Center and its user interface.


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Additional Documentation & Documentation Updates

This guide is part of the Operations Center documentation set. For the most recent version of the Experience Manager Guide and a complete list of publications supporting Operations Center, visit our Online Documentation Web Site at Operations Center 5.6 online documentation.

The Operations Center documentation set is also available as PDF files on the installation CD or ISO; and is delivered as part of the online help accessible from multiple locations in Operations Center depending on the product component.

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