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  • Management Pack:  Operations Manager
  • MP Version:  6.1.7695.0 for 2007 R2
  • Released:  11/23/2010
  • Publisher:  Microsoft

Management Pack Files

File Name Version Description
System Center Core Monitoring 6.1.7695.0 This management pack defines the monitoring, tasks, diagnostics and recoveries for the System Center Core platform.
System Center Core Monitoring Views 6.1.7695.0 This management pack defines the views which present the information related to System Center Core Monitoring.
System Center Core Monitoring Agent Management 6.1.7695.0 This management pack extends the System Center Core Monitoring by providing diagnostics and recoveries related to agent management. All recoveries which involve automated remediation are disabled by default.
System Center Core Monitoring Reports 6.1.7695.0 This management pack defines reports used for analysis and planning related to System Center Core Monitoring.
Operational Data Reporting Management Pack 6.1.7695.0 This management pack defines reports which can be used to analyze various aspects of the operational data in your environment. If the management group is configured to send operational data reports to Microsoft, then the data shown in these reports will be collected on a weekly basis and sent to Microsoft. Configuration of "Operational Data Reports" is available in the “Administration” section of the Operations Console under “Settings” -> “General” -> "Privacy".

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A review of the update with an introduction to its new features and changes is added.

The new features include:

• the “Agents by Health State” report (which will list all agents, management servers, gateway servers and the root management server grouped by their current health state);

• the “An alert subscription has been automatically disabled due to invalid configuration” rule;

• the “WMI Service Availability” aggregate monitor and the “Windows Management Instrumentation Service” unit monitor to examine the state of the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) service (winmgmt) on agents;

• rules that can be enabled in place of monitors that require manual reset of the health state (for more information, see Manual Reset Monitors).

The author provides a link to all necessary hotfix the user should have before installation.

shantal@list.ru at 10/26/2011 3:26:32 PM