Management Packs

NetBotz Management Pack

Supported devices: NetBotz Rack Environmental Monitoring Devices. Check your device, the System Object ID must start with . Download the attached file, unpack it and import to OpsMgr management group. Only temperature, humidity and general enclosure status is monitored (and collected) in this version.

APOLLO automation CMDB – SCOM 2012

We’re pleased to announce APOLLO v2, which includes much more features than Version1.0   With APOLLO you can manage your Infrastructure by giving your departments the rights to administer SCOM by themselves. Automatic grouping based on location or function is just one great feature. Automatic Alert handling based on SLA’s helps to receive only Alerts that […]

PKI Certificate Verification Management Pack for SCOM 2012

Update June 22, 2015 – Version now available for download. Compatible with SCOM 2012 and SCOM 2012 R2 only. NOTE: This update will only import on SCOM 2012 and later. PKI Certificates serve to protect web sites by enabling SSL, secure cross-server communication and see many other uses. The PKI Certificate Verification MP discovers […]

BlackBerry BES 12 Management Pack for SCOM 2012 R2

This management pack is for monitoring BlackBerry Enterprise Server version 12.This MP is designed for BES 12 servers that have been upgraded from BES version 5. This setup is done in order to manage BlackBerry legacy and BB10 devices. More details can be found here: Disclaimer: The Management Pack and the information is provided “AS […]

Demo – Pool Owner225793

This management pack is for debugging purposes. Use it only if you need to debug OpsMgr pool(s) issues or in a lab\test management groups. Features: Collecting rule and the event view (Default Events) for the event with ID 20021 (The entity “<> Pool” is now available through the system) from Operations Manager eventlog. Custom rule, targeted to Microsoft.SystemCenter.ManagementServicePool […]

Flexible Volume Logical Disk MP

This MP enables you to configure  custom percentage free disk space thresholds by simply adding a config file to the root of any drive, and automatically disable the standard Microsoft  “Logical Disk Free Space” monitor.  Once in place server admins can put in place and manage the thresholds that apply to their servers. Click here for instructions