Now that the November CTP is released let's take a look at the new capabilities in DMF.
We've covered a lot of ground in CTP5. And we have more in store for DMF in the coming CTPs. Most of the stuff we're working on now is to provide deeper capabilities in existing functionality rather than add new raw functionality. For example, the ability to do actions on a set of policies rather than individual policies.
Take CTP5 for a test drive and let us know what you think. You can submit questions to the MSDN Forums or Bugs to MS Connect.
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The SQL Server team has shipped the November CTP for SQL Server 2008. Of all the upcoming Microsoft releases (Visual Studio, Vista SP1, Longhorn, etc) I am most interested in this one. I think the SQL Server teams does a good job delivering solid functional products... (Pingback)