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  • Management Pack:  SCOM 2016
  • MP Version:  1.0
  • Released:  10/19/2018
  • Publisher:  Microsoft

Windows Computer Class

  • ID:  Microsoft.Windows.Computer
  • Description:  Defines the basic properties of computers running Windows operating systems
  • Class Hierarchy: 
    Object
    Configuration Item
    Logical Entity
    Device
    Computer
    Windows Computer

  • Attributes:  Public, Non-Hosted
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This monitor checks access to Windows event logs. This monitor will check if the Windows Event Log module reads many corrupt events from any event log. If it encounters too many corrupt or unreadable events over a period of time, it will set the state of this monitor to unhealthy. This monitor checks the if the Windows Event Log module is processing backlogged events for a period of time. This monitor checks if the Windows Event Log monitor is unable to process events from one or more event logs. This monitor checks access to Windows event logs. This monitor will check if the Windows Event Log module reads many corrupt events from any event log. If it encounters too many corrupt or unreadable events over a period of time, it will set the state of this monitor to unhealthy. This monitor checks the if the Windows Event Log module is processing backlogged events for a period of time. This monitor checks if the Windows Event Log monitor is unable to process events from one or more event logs. This monitor checks access to Windows event logs. This monitor will check if the Windows Event Log module reads many corrupt events from any event log. If it encounters too many corrupt or unreadable events over a period of time, it will set the state of this monitor to unhealthy. This monitor checks the if the Windows Event Log module is processing backlogged events for a period of time. This monitor checks if the Windows Event Log monitor is unable to process events from one or more event logs. This monitor checks access to Windows event logs. This monitor will check if the Windows Event Log module reads many corrupt events from any event log. If it encounters too many corrupt or unreadable events over a period of time, it will set the state of this monitor to unhealthy. This monitor checks the if the Windows Event Log module is processing backlogged events for a period of time. This monitor checks if the Windows Event Log monitor is unable to process events from one or more event logs. This monitor checks access to Windows event logs. This monitor will check if the Windows Event Log module reads many corrupt events from any event log. If it encounters too many corrupt or unreadable events over a period of time, it will set the state of this monitor to unhealthy. This monitor checks the if the Windows Event Log module is processing backlogged events for a period of time. This monitor checks if the Windows Event Log monitor is unable to process events from one or more event logs. Alert Subscription Data Source Module Acknowledgement performance threshold monitor. Alert Subscription Data Source Module availability monitor. This monitor checks if a rule or monitor using the Alert Subscription Data Source module is providing the right configuration. The configuration service cannot receive any configuration changes from the database in this state. The Management Configuration service cannot receive any configuration changes from the database in this state. The configuration service cannot receive any configuration changes from the database in this state. The configuration service cannot receive any configuration changes from the database in this state. This monitor checks the query performance of the Alert Subscription Data Source module. This monitor checks access to Windows event logs. This monitor will check if the Windows Event Log module reads many corrupt events from any event log. If it encounters too many corrupt or unreadable events over a period of time, it will set the state of this monitor to unhealthy. This monitor checks the if the Windows Event Log module is processing backlogged events for a period of time. This monitor checks if the Windows Event Log monitor is unable to process events from one or more event logs. This monitor detects when the account type used for the agent's default Action Account is incorrect. Checks for expiring Run As accounts and their passwords This monitor checks that a set of Run As accounts are authorized. Authorization can be restricted when an administrator runs the HSLockdown tool. Detects when Run As account configuration processing has failed This monitor checks if the computer is configured to allow all Run As accounts to log on locally. This monitor checks if a Run As account can successfully log on with the configured username and password. Monitor that verifies Run As accounts.  This monitor ensures that the 'Process\Handle Count' counter for the 'HealthService.exe' process does not exceed a set threshold over a series of consecutive samples. If the conditions are met, this monitor will change to a critical state, which will then roll up to the 'Health Service State' monitor. The 'Health Service State' monitor is configured to run a recovery when its state is critical, which will automatically attempt to restart the System Center Management Health Service. This monitor ensures that the 'Process\Private Bytes' counter for the 'HealthService.exe' process does not exceed a set threshold over a series of consecutive samples. If the conditions are met, this monitor will change to a critical state, which will then roll up to the 'Health Service State' monitor. The 'Health Service State' monitor is configured to run a recovery when its state is critical, which will automatically attempt to restart the System Center Management Health Service. This monitor reports on spoofed data received by this System Center Management Health Service. This monitor detects when the account type used for the agent's default Action Account is incorrect. Checks for expiring Run As accounts and their passwords This monitor checks that a set of Run As accounts are authorized. Authorization can be restricted when an administrator runs the HSLockdown tool. Detects when Run As account configuration processing has failed This monitor checks if the computer is configured to allow all Run As accounts to log on locally. This monitor checks if a Run As account can successfully log on with the configured username and password. Monitor that verifies Run As accounts.  This monitor ensures that the 'Process\Handle Count' counter for the 'HealthService.exe' process does not exceed a set threshold over a series of consecutive samples. If the conditions are met, this monitor will change to a critical state, which will then roll up to the 'Health Service State' monitor. The 'Health Service State' monitor is configured to run a recovery when its state is critical, which will automatically attempt to restart the System Center Management Health Service. This monitor ensures that the 'Process\Private Bytes' counter for the 'HealthService.exe' process does not exceed a set threshold over a series of consecutive samples. If the conditions are met, this monitor will change to a critical state, which will then roll up to the 'Health Service State' monitor. The 'Health Service State' monitor is configured to run a recovery when its state is critical, which will automatically attempt to restart the System Center Management Health Service. This monitor ensures that the 'Process\Handle Count' counter for the 'MonitoringHost.exe' processes do not exceed a set threshold over a series of consecutive samples. If the conditions are met, this monitor will change to a critical state, which will then roll up to the 'Health Service State' monitor.  The 'Health Service State' monitor is configured to run a recovery when its state is critical, which will automatically attempt to restart the System Center Management Health Service. This monitor ensures that the 'Process\Private Bytes' counter for the 'MonitoringHost.exe' processes do not exceed a set threshold over a series of consecutive samples. If the conditions are met, this monitor will change to a critical state, which will then roll up to the 'Health Service State' monitor. The 'Health Service State' monitor is configured to run a recovery when its state is critical, which will automatically attempt to restart the System Center Management Health Service. This monitor reports on spoofed data received by this System Center Management Health Service. This monitor detects when the account type used for the agent's default Action Account is incorrect. Checks for expiring Run As accounts and their passwords This monitor checks that a set of Run As accounts are authorized. Authorization can be restricted when an administrator runs the HSLockdown tool. Detects when Run As account configuration processing has failed This monitor checks if the computer is configured to allow all Run As accounts to log on locally. This monitor checks if a Run As account can successfully log on with the configured username and password. Monitor that verifies Run As accounts.  This monitor ensures that the 'Process\Handle Count' counter for the 'HealthService.exe' process does not exceed a set threshold over a series of consecutive samples. If the conditions are met, this monitor will change to a critical state, which will then roll up to the 'Health Service State' monitor. The 'Health Service State' monitor is configured to run a recovery when its state is critical, which will automatically attempt to restart the System Center Management Health Service. This monitor ensures that the 'Process\Private Bytes' counter for the 'HealthService.exe' process does not exceed a set threshold over a series of consecutive samples. If the conditions are met, this monitor will change to a critical state, which will then roll up to the 'Health Service State' monitor. The 'Health Service State' monitor is configured to run a recovery when its state is critical, which will automatically attempt to restart the System Center Management Health Service. This monitor reports on spoofed data received by this System Center Management Health Service. This monitor detects when the account type used for the agent's default Action Account is incorrect. Checks for expiring Run As accounts and their passwords This monitor checks that a set of Run As accounts are authorized. Authorization can be restricted when an administrator runs the HSLockdown tool. Detects when Run As account configuration processing has failed This monitor checks if the computer is configured to allow all Run As accounts to log on locally. This monitor checks if a Run As account can successfully log on with the configured username and password. Monitor that verifies Run As accounts.  This monitor ensures that the 'Process\Handle Count' counter for the 'HealthService.exe' process does not exceed a set threshold over a series of consecutive samples. If the conditions are met, this monitor will change to a critical state, which will then roll up to the 'Health Service State' monitor. The 'Health Service State' monitor is configured to run a recovery when its state is critical, which will automatically attempt to restart the System Center Management Health Service. This monitor ensures that the 'Process\Private Bytes' counter for the 'HealthService.exe' process does not exceed a set threshold over a series of consecutive samples. If the conditions are met, this monitor will change to a critical state, which will then roll up to the 'Health Service State' monitor. The 'Health Service State' monitor is configured to run a recovery when its state is critical, which will automatically attempt to restart the System Center Management Health Service. This monitor reports on spoofed data received by this System Center Management Health Service. This monitor detects when the account type used for the agent's default Action Account is incorrect. Checks for expiring Run As accounts and their passwords This monitor checks that a set of Run As accounts are authorized. Authorization can be restricted when an administrator runs the HSLockdown tool. Detects when Run As account configuration processing has failed This monitor checks if the computer is configured to allow all Run As accounts to log on locally. This monitor checks if a Run As account can successfully log on with the configured username and password. Monitor that verifies Run As accounts.  The configuration service engine cannot respond to state sync requests in this state. The Management Configuration service engine cannot respond to state sync requests in this state. This monitor ensures that the 'Process\Handle Count' counter for the 'HealthService.exe' process does not exceed a set threshold over a series of consecutive samples. If the conditions are met, this monitor will change to a critical state, which will then roll up to the 'Health Service State' monitor. The 'Health Service State' monitor is configured to run a recovery when its state is critical, which will automatically attempt to restart the System Center Management Health Service. This monitor ensures that the 'Process\Private Bytes' counter for the 'HealthService.exe' process does not exceed a set threshold over a series of consecutive samples. If the conditions are met, this monitor will change to a critical state, which will then roll up to the 'Health Service State' monitor. The 'Health Service State' monitor is configured to run a recovery when its state is critical, which will automatically attempt to restart the System Center Management Health Service. This monitor reports on spoofed data received by this System Center Management Health Service. This monitor detects when the account type used for the agent's default Action Account is incorrect. Checks for expiring Run As accounts and their passwords This monitor checks that a set of Run As accounts are authorized. Authorization can be restricted when an administrator runs the HSLockdown tool. Detects when Run As account configuration processing has failed This monitor checks if the computer is configured to allow all Run As accounts to log on locally. This monitor checks if a Run As account can successfully log on with the configured username and password. Monitor that verifies Run As accounts.  This monitor ensures that the 'Process\Handle Count' counter for the 'HealthService.exe' process does not exceed a set threshold over a series of consecutive samples. If the conditions are met, this monitor will change to a critical state, which will then roll up to the 'Health Service State' monitor. The 'Health Service State' monitor is configured to run a recovery when its state is critical, which will automatically attempt to restart the System Center Management Health Service. This monitor ensures that the 'Process\Private Bytes' counter for the 'HealthService.exe' process does not exceed a set threshold over a series of consecutive samples. If the conditions are met, this monitor will change to a critical state, which will then roll up to the 'Health Service State' monitor. The 'Health Service State' monitor is configured to run a recovery when its state is critical, which will automatically attempt to restart the System Center Management Health Service. This monitor reports on spoofed data received by this System Center Management Health Service. Changes state when an issue synchronizing the secure exchange key exists This monitor checks the state of the Windows Management Instrumentation Service. This monitor detects if the local System Center Management Health Service was able to log an event in the last 30 minutes as a synthetic transaction to check the System Center Management Health Service's ability to process events. This monitor detects if the local System Center Management Health Service was able to log an event in the last 45 minutes as a synthetic transaction to check the System Center Management Health Service's ability to process events. This monitor indicates that the System Center Management Health Service has had a stale configuration for some period of time. This monitor indicates that the System Center Management Health Service has had a stale configuration for a long period of time. This monitor indicates whether the System Center Management Health Service could load the configuration successfully or not. Monitor all agent processes to identify potential issues with the agent using too much processor time. This monitor measures the Health Service Management Groups\Send Queue % Used counter for the Health service. Changes state when an issue synchronizing the secure exchange key exists This monitor checks the state of the Windows Management Instrumentation Service. This monitor detects if the local System Center Management Health Service was able to log an event in the last 30 minutes as a synthetic transaction to check the System Center Management Health Service's ability to process events. This monitor detects if the local System Center Management Health Service was able to log an event in the last 45 minutes as a synthetic transaction to check the System Center Management Health Service's ability to process events. This monitor indicates that the System Center Management Health Service has had a stale configuration for some period of time. This monitor indicates that the System Center Management Health Service has had a stale configuration for a long period of time. This monitor indicates whether the System Center Management Health Service could load the configuration successfully or not. Monitor all agent processes to identify potential issues with the agent using too much processor time. This monitor measures the Health Service Management Groups\Send Queue % Used counter for the Health service. This monitor measures the Health Service Management Groups\Send Queue % Used counter for the Health service. Changes state when an issue synchronizing the secure exchange key exists This monitor checks the state of the Windows Management Instrumentation Service. This monitor detects if the local System Center Management Health Service was able to log an event in the last 30 minutes as a synthetic transaction to check the System Center Management Health Service's ability to process events. This monitor detects if the local System Center Management Health Service was able to log an event in the last 45 minutes as a synthetic transaction to check the System Center Management Health Service's ability to process events. This monitor indicates that the System Center Management Health Service has had a stale configuration for some period of time. This monitor indicates that the System Center Management Health Service has had a stale configuration for a long period of time. This monitor indicates whether the System Center Management Health Service could load the configuration successfully or not. Monitor all agent processes to identify potential issues with the agent using too much processor time. This monitor measures the Health Service Management Groups\Send Queue % Used counter for the Health service. Monitors failed authentication attempts to this management server. This monitor checks connectivity to the Data Access service from each of the Collection Management Server(s). Changes state when an issue synchronizing the secure exchange key exists This monitor checks the state of the Windows Management Instrumentation Service. This monitor detects if the local System Center Management Health Service was able to log an event in the last 30 minutes as a synthetic transaction to check the System Center Management Health Service's ability to process events. This monitor detects if the local System Center Management Health Service was able to log an event in the last 45 minutes as a synthetic transaction to check the System Center Management Health Service's ability to process events. This monitor indicates that the System Center Management Health Service has had a stale configuration for some period of time. This monitor indicates that the System Center Management Health Service has had a stale configuration for a long period of time. This monitor indicates whether the System Center Management Health Service could load the configuration successfully or not. Monitor all agent processes to identify potential issues with the agent using too much processor time. This monitor measures the Health Service Management Groups\Send Queue % Used counter for the Health service. Monitors failed authentication attempts to this management server. This monitor checks connectivity to the Data Access service from each of the Collection Management Server(s). Changes state when an issue synchronizing the secure exchange key exists This monitor checks the state of the Windows Management Instrumentation Service. Monitors the database connectivity of the Data Access service. Monitors the port availability of the Data Access service. Data Access Service - Windows Service deprecated This monitor checks the state of the Management Configuration service Windows service. This monitor detects if the local System Center Management Health Service was able to log an event in the last 30 minutes as a synthetic transaction to check the System Center Management Health Service's ability to process events. This monitor detects if the local System Center Management Health Service was able to log an event in the last 45 minutes as a synthetic transaction to check the System Center Management Health Service's ability to process events. This monitor indicates that the System Center Management Health Service has had a stale configuration for some period of time. This monitor indicates that the System Center Management Health Service has had a stale configuration for a long period of time. This monitor indicates whether the System Center Management Health Service could load the configuration successfully or not. Monitor all agent processes to identify potential issues with the agent using too much processor time. This monitor measures the Health Service Management Groups\Send Queue % Used counter for the Health service. Monitors failed authentication attempts to this management server. Changes state when an issue synchronizing the secure exchange key exists This monitor checks the state of the Windows Management Instrumentation Service. This monitor detects if the local System Center Management Health Service was able to log an event in the last 30 minutes as a synthetic transaction to check the System Center Management Health Service's ability to process events. This monitor detects if the local System Center Management Health Service was able to log an event in the last 45 minutes as a synthetic transaction to check the System Center Management Health Service's ability to process events. This monitor indicates that the System Center Management Health Service has had a stale configuration for some period of time. This monitor indicates that the System Center Management Health Service has had a stale configuration for a long period of time. This monitor indicates whether the System Center Management Health Service could load the configuration successfully or not. Monitor all agent processes to identify potential issues with the agent using too much processor time. This monitor measures the Health Service Management Groups\Send Queue % Used counter for the Health service. Monitors failed authentication attempts to this management server. This monitor pings a agentless computer using an ICMP ping. If the computer is agent-managed, it pings itself locally. This monitor checks whether Network Monitoring is experiencing excessive timeouts Monitors the validity of data arriving at this System Center Management Health Service. This monitor checks the status of the certificate used for authentication and sends an alert when the certificate is about to expire. This monitor raises an alert when the Operations Manager agent cannot resolve Secure Reference override. This monitor checks whether Network Monitoring is experiencing excessive timeouts Monitors the validity of data arriving at this System Center Management Health Service. This monitor detects if the 32-bit agent has been installed on a 64-bit operating system. This monitor checks for the agent version, and generates an alert if the version of an agent is less than the minimum version that is provided. This monitor checks the status of the certificate used for authentication and sends an alert when the certificate is about to expire. This monitor raises an alert when the Operations Manager agent cannot resolve Secure Reference override. This monitor checks whether WMI is healthy by periodically performing a WMI query This monitor checks WMI memory utilization on the computer. This monitor checks whether Network Monitoring is experiencing excessive timeouts Monitors the validity of data arriving at this System Center Management Health Service. This monitor checks the status of the certificate used for authentication and sends an alert when the certificate is about to expire. This monitor raises an alert when the Operations Manager agent cannot resolve Secure Reference override. This unit monitor monitors the file upload quotas. This monitor checks whether Network Monitoring is experiencing excessive timeouts Monitors the validity of data arriving at this System Center Management Health Service. This monitor checks the status of the certificate used for authentication and sends an alert when the certificate is about to expire. This monitor raises an alert when the Operations Manager agent cannot resolve Secure Reference override. This unit monitor monitors the file upload quotas. This monitor checks whether Network Monitoring is experiencing excessive timeouts (Deprecated) Monitors the validity of data items sent from the Root Health service to the Data Access service and the Management Configuration service. Monitors the validity of data arriving at this System Center Management Health Service. A monitor that looks at Sql Broker status for Operations Manager functionality. This monitor checks the status of the certificate used for authentication and sends an alert when the certificate is about to expire. This monitor raises an alert when the Operations Manager agent cannot resolve Secure Reference override. (Deprecated) Monitor detecting that product evaluation has expired. This unit monitor monitors the file upload quotas. This monitor checks whether Network Monitoring is experiencing excessive timeouts Monitors the validity of data arriving at this System Center Management Health Service. This monitor checks the status of the certificate used for authentication and sends an alert when the certificate is about to expire. This monitor raises an alert when the Operations Manager agent cannot resolve Secure Reference override. This unit monitor monitors the file upload quotas. Defines the basic properties of computers running Windows operating systems Windows computer that is managed with a System Center Agent or monitored Agentless. Defines the basic properties of computers running Windows client operating systems Defines the basic properties of computers running Windows Server operating systems A Managed Computer has the Client Windows Operating System installed. A Managed Computer has the Server Windows Operating System installed. Defines the basic properties of Windows domain controllers Properties of the computer group whose members are all computers running Windows operating systems Members of this group are computers that are Collection Management Servers. Members of this group are computers that are Gateway Management Servers. Contains all discovered agent managed agent, management server and gateway server objects. Members of this group are computers that are any type of Management Servers -- Root, Collection, and Gateway. The sole member of this group are computers that host the Root Health Service Emulator. All discovered and agentless managed computers. Contains computers that are Operations Manager agents. Contains all agent managed agent objects. A group containing all computers that are running a UNIX/Linux operating system. This type represents the System Center Health Service. All System Center Agents. This type represents the System Center Agent running on a Management Server of some Management Group. This class represents the Management Server. This class represents an Collection Management Server. This class represents a Root Management Server Emulator. Properties of a gateway management server This class represents a Gateway Management Server at a customer site.

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Properties

Display Name Description
Active Directory SID The AD Security Identifier for this computer
Active Directory Site Active Directory Site
Asset Status Asset status
Display Name Display name of the object.
DNS Domain Name DNS Domain Name
DNS Forest Name DNS Forest Name
DNS Name The fully qualified domain name of this computer.
Host Server Name Name of the host server which hosts this machine
IP Address The IP address for this computer.
Last Inventory Date Last Inventory Date
Logical Processors Logical Processors
NetBIOS Computer Name The NetBIOS name for this computer.
NetBIOS Domain Name The NetBIOS domain name for this computer.
Network Name The network name for this computer
Notes Notes
Object Status Object status
Offset In Minutes From Greenwich Time Offset In Minutes From Greenwich Time
Organizational Unit Organizational Unit
Physical Processors Physical Processors
Principal Name (Key) The principal name of this Computer.
Virtual Machine Virtual Machine
Virtual Machine Name Name of this virtual machine

Discovered By

Name Description
Discover if Windows Computer is a Virtual Machine  
Discover Windows Computer Properties Discovers properties on the Windows computer class

Relations

Health Source
NameClassType
Hosts Windows Logical Hardware Windows Computer Hosting
Hosts Windows Local Application Windows Computer Hosting
Hosts Windows Operating System Windows Computer Hosting
Hosts Windows Software Installation Windows Computer Hosting
Hosts Windows Computer Role Windows Computer Hosting
Microsoft.Windows.ComputerHostsComputerNetworkAdapter Windows Computer Device hosts network adapter
Primary User Computer Reference
Owned By User Configuration Item Reference
Affects Customers Configuration Item Reference
Serviced By User Configuration Item Reference
Contains Configuration Item Configuration Item Membership
Is Related to Configuration Item Configuration Item Reference
Config Item References Location Configuration Item Reference
Entity Watched By Perspective Object Reference

Health Target
NameClassType
Uses device Device Reference

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