Monitoring Exchange Server 2007 with System Center Operations Manager.

By: Smith, Michael BPublisher: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2009Copyright date: ©2009Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (408 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780470493786Subject(s): Microsoft Exchange server.;Client/server computing.;Electronic mail systems.;Electronic data processing -- ManagementGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Monitoring Exchange Server 2007 with System Center Operations ManagerDDC classification: 005.71376 LOC classification: QA76.9.C55 -- S62 2009ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Monitoring Exchange Server 2007 with System Center Operations Manager -- Acknowledgments -- About the Author -- Contents at a Glance -- Contents -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: An Evolution of Server Management -- Exchange Server 2007: A Little History -- System Center Operations Manager 2007: A Little History -- Monitoring: Do We Care? -- Health Monitoring in the Old Days… -- Exchange Server Roles -- Extracting Information from the Environment (Logging) -- Administrative Models -- Summary -- Chapter 2: Monitoring Exchange Server 2007 -- Types of Monitoring -- Generic Server Information -- Exchange-Specific Information -- Summary -- Chapter 3: Installing and Configuring OpsMgr 2007 -- Planning for Your OpsMgr Installation -- Installing OpsMgr 2007 -- Initial Configuration -- Management Packs -- Backing Up the Server Key -- Summary -- Chapter 4: Deploying OpsMgr 2007 -- An Introduction to Agents -- Monitoring with Windows Agents -- Monitoring with UNIX-Like Agents -- Monitoring Windows Agentless -- Monitoring with SNMP -- Other Monitoring Choices -- Summary -- Chapter 5: The First Management Pack: Windows Server -- PowerShell -- Back to Management Packs -- Configuring the Management Pack -- Windows Server Health -- Summary -- Chapter 6: The Active Directory Management Pack -- How Exchange Uses Active Directory -- A/D Client versus A/D Server Health -- The Management Pack -- Active Directory Health -- Summary -- Chapter 7: The Domain Name System (DNS) Management Pack -- What Is DNS? -- How Exchange Server Uses DNS -- The Management Pack -- Summary -- Chapter 8: The Internet Information Services Management Pack -- Understanding Some IIS Basics -- Understanding the Management Pack -- Checking the IIS Server's Health -- Understanding PowerShell -- Summary -- Chapter 9: SQL Server: An Ancillary Management Pack -- Understanding the Basics of SQL Server.
Understanding How Exchange Server Uses SQL Server -- Understanding How OpsMgr Uses SQL Server -- Understanding the SQL Server Management Pack -- Monitoring SQL Server Health -- Summary -- Chapter 10: Exchange Server 2003 -- Understanding Exchange Server 2003 Basics -- Learning the Exchange Server 2003 Management Pack -- Understanding Exchange Server 2003 Health -- Summary -- Chapter 11: Exchange Server 2007 -- Understanding the Basics of Exchange Server 2007 -- Understanding Exchange Server 2007 System Requirements -- Learning Client Requirements and Special Features -- Understanding Special Considerations for Exchange Server 2007 -- Understanding Configuration Concerns for Exchange Server 2007 -- Understanding the Exchange Server 2007 Management Pack -- Monitoring Exchange Server 2007 Health -- Summary -- Chapter 12: Exchange Server 2007 Redundancy -- Understanding Service-Level and Operational-Level Agreements -- Understanding Availability -- Understanding Resiliency -- Understanding Redundancy and the Edge Transport Role -- Understanding Redundancy and the Client Access Server Role -- Understanding Availability and Redundancy for the Hub Transport Role -- Understanding the Unified Messaging Role -- Understanding High Availability for the Mailbox Role -- Monitoring Resilient and Highly Available Solutions -- Summary -- Chapter 13: Exchange Server Operations -- Performing Backups -- Initiating a Recovery -- Understanding Security Validation and Patching -- Using the Knowledge Base -- Summary -- Chapter 14: Tracking Mail Flow -- Understanding Mail Flow Through Your Organization -- Generating Email for Testing Purposes Using PowerShell -- Using the Queue Viewer Tool -- Using the Message Tracking Tool -- Using the Routing Log Viewer Tool -- Interpreting SMTP Protocol Log Files -- Using the Mail Flow Troubleshooter -- Summary -- Index.
Summary: System Center Operations Manager 2007 is the new version of Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 and offers valuable new advantages for improving the manageability of Microsoft servers and applications. With this book, you'll get high-level instruction for using Microsoft's powerful server administration tool to manage Exchange Server 2007. Focused on monitoring and managing Exchange Server using Microsoft's powerful new server admin tool, this book delivers exactly the information you need to deploy, manage, and maintain Systems Center Operations Manager 2007.
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Monitoring Exchange Server 2007 with System Center Operations Manager -- Acknowledgments -- About the Author -- Contents at a Glance -- Contents -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: An Evolution of Server Management -- Exchange Server 2007: A Little History -- System Center Operations Manager 2007: A Little History -- Monitoring: Do We Care? -- Health Monitoring in the Old Days… -- Exchange Server Roles -- Extracting Information from the Environment (Logging) -- Administrative Models -- Summary -- Chapter 2: Monitoring Exchange Server 2007 -- Types of Monitoring -- Generic Server Information -- Exchange-Specific Information -- Summary -- Chapter 3: Installing and Configuring OpsMgr 2007 -- Planning for Your OpsMgr Installation -- Installing OpsMgr 2007 -- Initial Configuration -- Management Packs -- Backing Up the Server Key -- Summary -- Chapter 4: Deploying OpsMgr 2007 -- An Introduction to Agents -- Monitoring with Windows Agents -- Monitoring with UNIX-Like Agents -- Monitoring Windows Agentless -- Monitoring with SNMP -- Other Monitoring Choices -- Summary -- Chapter 5: The First Management Pack: Windows Server -- PowerShell -- Back to Management Packs -- Configuring the Management Pack -- Windows Server Health -- Summary -- Chapter 6: The Active Directory Management Pack -- How Exchange Uses Active Directory -- A/D Client versus A/D Server Health -- The Management Pack -- Active Directory Health -- Summary -- Chapter 7: The Domain Name System (DNS) Management Pack -- What Is DNS? -- How Exchange Server Uses DNS -- The Management Pack -- Summary -- Chapter 8: The Internet Information Services Management Pack -- Understanding Some IIS Basics -- Understanding the Management Pack -- Checking the IIS Server's Health -- Understanding PowerShell -- Summary -- Chapter 9: SQL Server: An Ancillary Management Pack -- Understanding the Basics of SQL Server.

Understanding How Exchange Server Uses SQL Server -- Understanding How OpsMgr Uses SQL Server -- Understanding the SQL Server Management Pack -- Monitoring SQL Server Health -- Summary -- Chapter 10: Exchange Server 2003 -- Understanding Exchange Server 2003 Basics -- Learning the Exchange Server 2003 Management Pack -- Understanding Exchange Server 2003 Health -- Summary -- Chapter 11: Exchange Server 2007 -- Understanding the Basics of Exchange Server 2007 -- Understanding Exchange Server 2007 System Requirements -- Learning Client Requirements and Special Features -- Understanding Special Considerations for Exchange Server 2007 -- Understanding Configuration Concerns for Exchange Server 2007 -- Understanding the Exchange Server 2007 Management Pack -- Monitoring Exchange Server 2007 Health -- Summary -- Chapter 12: Exchange Server 2007 Redundancy -- Understanding Service-Level and Operational-Level Agreements -- Understanding Availability -- Understanding Resiliency -- Understanding Redundancy and the Edge Transport Role -- Understanding Redundancy and the Client Access Server Role -- Understanding Availability and Redundancy for the Hub Transport Role -- Understanding the Unified Messaging Role -- Understanding High Availability for the Mailbox Role -- Monitoring Resilient and Highly Available Solutions -- Summary -- Chapter 13: Exchange Server Operations -- Performing Backups -- Initiating a Recovery -- Understanding Security Validation and Patching -- Using the Knowledge Base -- Summary -- Chapter 14: Tracking Mail Flow -- Understanding Mail Flow Through Your Organization -- Generating Email for Testing Purposes Using PowerShell -- Using the Queue Viewer Tool -- Using the Message Tracking Tool -- Using the Routing Log Viewer Tool -- Interpreting SMTP Protocol Log Files -- Using the Mail Flow Troubleshooter -- Summary -- Index.

System Center Operations Manager 2007 is the new version of Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 and offers valuable new advantages for improving the manageability of Microsoft servers and applications. With this book, you'll get high-level instruction for using Microsoft's powerful server administration tool to manage Exchange Server 2007. Focused on monitoring and managing Exchange Server using Microsoft's powerful new server admin tool, this book delivers exactly the information you need to deploy, manage, and maintain Systems Center Operations Manager 2007.

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