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Server Clusters Management Pack for MOM 2005

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  • Version: 1
  • Category: Redistributable Component
  • Language: English

This management pack monitors server clusters running on Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003 Operating Systems.

  • Release Date: 08/25/2004

    The Server Clusters Management Pack helps you maintain or increase the availability of services provided through server clusters by identifying issues before they become critical.
    This Management Pack monitors the health and availability of the server clustering technology, the clustered servers, and the resource groups on a server, including the resources inside each resource group.
    The Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Clusters Management Pack Guide describes the content of the management pack, and describes how to deploy it. You can download the management pack guide from the Microsoft Web site (


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Microsoft Windows Server Clusters MOM 2005 SP1 MP.msi2b874a471005fbc73057590fb66bc6e00571bfb8179 KB

System Requirements

Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows 2000 Advanced Server, Windows 2000 Professional Edition, Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Service Pack 4, Windows Server 2003

    • Other Software: Microsoft Operations Manager 2005

Installation Instructions

  • To Download the Management Pack
    1. Click on the link to the right, and download the Management Pack executable.

    2. Double Click on the Management Pack executable and follow the instructions to extract the Management Pack files to a temporary directory.

    Importing a Management Pack and Reports
    You can import this Management Pack and reports using the Microsoft Operations Manager administrator console and following these steps:

    1. Open the Microsoft Operations Manager administrator MMC console.

    2. Expand the Microsoft Operations Manager node.

    3. Right click on the Management Packs sub-node and then select the Import/Export Management Pack… option..

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