Find out what all the rules and monitors are monitoring for specific server in SCOM 2007 R2

Find out what all the rules and events are monitoring for specific server in SCOM 2007 R2

There are 3 ways of doing this that I am aware of:-

1 ) Using SCOM Console – Monitoring –> Operations Manager –> Agent –> Agent by version , select computer with agent you want to see the rules and monitors and run the task “Show running rules and monitors running for this health service”. This will give the output you need.

2 ) Using the SCOM Reporting. For that go to SCOM console –> Reporting –>Operational Data Reporting Management Pack –> Management pack Report. This report will give you all the overrides done by management pack and what rules are being applied to the target computer / agent.

3 ) Other solution is try to use “SC Ops Mgr 2007 Resource Kit – Effective Configuration Viewer” Tool. This will give you a overview over all monitors and rules for what you are looking into. However if you want to check what “windows services” are being monitored check the SCOM console on authoring and check on management pack templates –> windows services what is being deployed or not to be monitored on the specific machine.

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4 Responses to Find out what all the rules and monitors are monitoring for specific server in SCOM 2007 R2

  1. Carol Chisholm says:

    and for 2012 R2?

  2. scompanion says:

    Carol,
    This blog was specifically written for SCOM 2007 R2 as per the statement on the welcome page, however a lot of the content is still applicable in SCOM 2012. Options 1 and 2 should still apply in SCOM 2012.

  3. Carol Chisholm says:

    Thanks! I don’t have: For that go to SCOM console –> Reporting –>Operational Data Reporting Management Pack –> Management pack Report
    Where do I get it from?

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