You can find the MP here.
From the Management Pack Guide
This guide was written based on the 6.0.6972.0 version ofthe Monitoring Pack for Windows Server Operating System.
Changes in This Update
Unless explicitly noted, these updates apply to alloperating system versions supported by this Monitoring Pack:
This version of the Management Pack consolidates diskmonitoring for all types of disks as mentioned above. However, for LogicalDisks, the previous Logical Disk Free Space monitor, which uses a combinationof Available MB and %Free space, is still enabled. If you prefer to use the newmonitors (Disk Free Space (MB) Low Disk Free Space (%) Low), you must disablethe Logical Disk Free Space monitor before enabling the new monitors.
The default thresholds for the Available MB monitor are notchanged, the warning threshold (which will not alert) is 500MB and the errorthreshold (which will alert) is 300MB. This will cause alerts to be generatedfor small disk volumes. Before enabling the new monitors, it is recommended tocreate a group of these small disks (using the disk size properties as criteriafor the group), and overriding the threshold for available MB.
Due to a glitch, the version of the MP published in thein-product catalog that you see in the SCOM UI is 6.0.6970.0. This will beupdated in the coming days. The 6970 version is upgradeable to 6972 and has thesame functionality. We prefer that customers use the 6972 version, which is theofficially released version.
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