Apollo MP provides you a CMDB, including live data and the possibility to enter custom Information. By providing an “easy to use” Web form to your IT colleagues and departments, they can now manage the behavior of SCOM by themselves, without granting them administrative rights. Per example: based on a custom criteria like “application” or “SLA”, […]
Details on this management pack for Service Manager are available at: http://www.systemcentercentral.com/enriching-system-center-self-service-and-asset-mgmt-with-the-veeam-7-management-pack-veeam-scsm-sysctr/.
SMAX Allows you to manage your support Staff workload and check the availability in real time to avoid any double booking or assignment overlapping. SMAX allows you to send meeting requests related to an incident or a service request directly from the Service Manager console. Work item information is automatically included in the meeting request. […]
Management Pack for ConfigMgr 2012 (R2) Client. Compatible with OpsMgr 2012 (R2). This MP CANNOT be loaded into OpsMgr 2007 (R2) management groups.
by Daniele Gradini, the SCOM Management Pack for Kemp LoadMaster load balancerSCOM Management Pack for Kemp Load Balancer. Features The MP monitors Kemp LoadMaster devices trough SNMP v2 Discover Kemp LoadMaster devices and their main properties Discover Kemp LoadMaster Virtual Services and their main properties Discover Kemp LoadMaster Real Servers and their main properties Monitor State […]
This management pack monitors the Network Policy and Access server (NPS) role on Windows Server 2008/2012 (R2). 126.96.36.199 – Created a custom data source module to consolidate repeating event based on the “Trigger on Count, Sliding” module. The following rule is configured with the custom data source: “NPS: Authentication failed and the user was denied access” 188.8.131.52 […]
This Dashboard is for SCOM 2012 R2 UR2. It displays the effective monitoring configuration of any selected object, only computers have been tested for now. The rules and monitors effecting the selected computer are broken down into three categories, 1) Active and Alerting, 2) Active and Non-Alerting and 3) Non-Active. I would also like to credit […]