DFS Namespaces Role Service Class

  • ID:  Microsoft.Windows.DfsnServerRole
  • Description:  The DFS Namespaces role service enables you to group shared folders that are located on different servers into one or more logically structured namespaces.
  • Class Hierarchy: 
    Object
    Configuration Item
    Logical Entity
    Computer Role
    Windows Computer Role
    DFS Namespaces Role Service

  • Attributes:  Public, Hosted
Login
This monitor checks whether the list of known domain names is too big to fit in the client computer’s cache. If the list doesn’t fit, the client computer might not be able to access domain-based DFS namespaces in other domains. This monitor checks for the presence of multiple namespaces on a version of Windows that doesn’t support multiple namespaces. This object monitors the initialization of namespace roots and creates an alert if a namespace root doesn’t initialize properly. This object monitors a namespace for the presence of a large number of errors. This object displays the health state of namespace servers, as found in the namespace metadata during discovery. This object monitors the state of synchronization between a namespace server and Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). This object monitors operations that move DFS folders (links) from one location in a namespace to another. This object monitors the removal of DFS folders (links). This object monitors the ability of a namespace server to access namespace data in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) and creates an alert if the namespace server cannot access AD DS. This object monitors the initialization of the DFS Namespace service (Distributed File System on Windows Server 2003) and creates an alert if the service fails to initialize. This monitor checks whether the DFS Namespace service (Distributed File System on Windows Server 2003) is running. The DFS Namespaces role service enables you to group shared folders that are located on different servers into one or more logically structured namespaces. Defines the basic properties of computers running Windows operating systems Namespace servers (root targets) are servers that host a DFS namespace. The DFS service implements DFS Namespaces functionality on a namespace server. The service is named DFS Namespace on computers running Windows Server 2008, and Distributed File System on computers running Windows Server 2003. It runs under the Local System context.

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Properties

Display Name Description
Asset Status Asset status
Display Name Display name of the object.
Instance Name (Key)  
Notes Notes
Object Status Object status

Discovered By

Name Description
DFS Namespaces Role Service Discovery This object discovers all servers that have the DFS Namespaces role service installed.
DFS Namespace Server Discovery This object discovers all namespace servers and their configuration data.

Relations

Health Source
NameClassType
DFS Namespaces Role Service Hosts DFS Namespace Server DFS Namespaces Role Service Hosting
DFS Namespaces Role Service Hosts DFS Service DFS Namespaces Role Service Hosting
DFS Namespaces Role Service Hosts DFS Namespace Server AD DS Perspective DFS Namespaces Role Service Hosting
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
Hosts Windows Computer Role Windows Computer Role Hosting

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See Also for DFS Namespaces Monitoring Management Pack


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