Microsoft Acquires Engyro Corporation

“CINCINNATI, Ohio – June 4, 2007 – This week, Microsoft has acquired Engyro Corporation, a successful partner company who provides software solutions that help organizations integrate, consolidate and simplify their IT operations, extending the enterprise interoperability of System Center Operations Manager 2007 with other enterprise management systems. This alliance will further Microsoft’s commitment to its customers’ longer term need for interoperable enterprise solutions and further the System Center family of solutions including Operations Manager and System Center Service Manager when it is released.”

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OpsMgr 2007 MOM 2005 Backward Compatibility MP Update

Updated MOM 2005 Backwards Compatibility MP (6.0.5000.1) and System Center Internal Library MP (6.0.5000.1).

Update to address fixes and enhancements:

– New Backward Compatibility Threshold monitoring type using in Converted MOM 2005 MPs which exposes Threshold values as overrides.

– Fixes to the Backward Compatibility Cluster discovery to address problem with converted MPs that monitor clustered ApplicationsInstallation: After unpacking of the MSI files import the following MP files:Folder (default): %ProgramFiles%\System Center Management Packs- System.Mom.BackwardCompatibility.Library.mp

– Microsoft.SystemCenter.Internal.mp The MP will replace the existing version of the files

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How to Monitor a logfile with Ops Mgr 2007

1.) In the console, under Authoring, Management Pack Objects, Rules, create a new rule

2.) Choose to create a Alert Generating Rules/Event Based/Generic Text Log (Alert), click next

3.) Input a rule name and choose rule target, click next

4.) Input a directory, for example C:\, input a pattern, for example logfile.log, click next

5.) Input the following expression,
Parameter Name = Params/Param[1]
Operator = Matches wildcard
Value = warning
click next

6.) Configure a suitable alert and then click create

Please note that this rule is case sensitive, so it will make difference between WARNING and warning.

As addressed by by Anders Bengtsson http://contoso.se/blog/?p=174

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