In part 1 we installed LINUX and now it is time to get SCOM 2012 ready for LINUX monitoring. There are several steps we need to do: Set up a Resource Pool Import the management packs Setup name resolution Configure the RunAs accounts Assign the RunAs accounts to profiles.
This week I was working for an international customer. The customer had a SCOM 2007 R2 CU5 infrastructure installed on Windows 2008 R2 SP1 servers with ~800 Windows agents and ~250 Unix based agents which they were going to migrate to SCOM 2012 SP1 UR2 installed on Windows Server 2012 in a side-by-side scenario. Because […]
If you want to monitor a server which does not belong to a domain you need to use a certificate, which has special requirements. You will find many posts how to handle SCOM certificates using a Microsoft PKI on the internet. An example is the detailed post from Tyson Paul. One of the essential requirements […]