Other Requirements

更新日期: 2010年6月

適用於: Operations Manager 2007

To configure the AD LDS Management Pack, you will need to have the following information about the AD LDS servers and instances that you want to monitor in your environment.

  • Fully qualified domain names (FQDNs) of all AD LDS servers that you plan to monitor in your environment

  • Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) distinguished names of the instances

  • Port numbers for the instances that are hosted on the AD LDS servers

You can find the AD LDS instance name and port information in the Registry under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ADAM_instance, where the actual display name of instances that is installed is represented by instance. You can look in the subordinate Parameters key at the values for PortLDAP and PortSSL for the relevant port numbers. The decimal of the port, which is what you will need, is in parenthesis following the hexadecimal value.

Create a User Account for the AD LDS Management Pack

You must also create a user account that the AD LDS Management Pack can use to discover application partitions and monitor replication. If the AD LDS servers that you want to monitor are members of an AD DS domain, you can create a single domain account and grant the appropriate permissions. If the AD LDS servers that you want to monitor are not members of a domain, you must create accounts on each server with the same user name and password for the application discovery script to use on the Operations Manager 2007 root management server (RMS). This account will be referred to as the AD LDS monitoring account in the remainder of this guide.

Consider using a domain account without a password expiration policy to avoid requiring password updates. If the user account password expires, AD LDS replication monitoring will stop. If your organizational security policy requires periodic service account password changes, be sure to add this account to the list of service accounts that require changes.