Exchange 2000 Management Pack for Microsoft Operations Manager
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The Exchange 2000 Management Pack, a component of the Microsoft Operations Manager Application Pack, is a comprehensive solution for monitoring the health and performance of servers that run Exchange 2000 Server in any configuration, including both clustered and non-clustered servers. This management pack helps you detect every indication of a potential service interruption and immediately alerts you if a service interruption occurs.
The updated Exchange 2000 Management Pack included in Microsoft Operations Manager Service Pack 1 adds significantly to your ability to monitor your Exchange 2000 servers. For instance, the scope of the Microsoft Operations Manager Knowledge Base has undergone major improvements to help you resolve issues as quickly and inexpensively as possible. Microsoft Operations Manager Service Pack 1 (SP1) also adds support for more components of a messaging infrastructure, including Exchange Conferencing Server and Exchange Server Instant Messaging (IM) Services.
Obtain an Application Management Pack Processor License to install the Exchange 2000 Management Pack and contribute to a high-availability Exchange 2000 Server deployment and to constantly monitor over 1,600 select events and performance counters from Exchange 2000 Server and related services. This management pack also helps facilitate rapid issue resolution by providing critical information and links to relevant Microsoft Knowledge Base articles. In addition, you get an array of scripts designed to detect other potentially problematic conditions, monitor service and server availability, and track system usage to aid an Exchange Server administrator in trend analysis and capacity planning.
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