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The Operations Manager 2007 R2 Admin Resource Kit is now available

The Operations Manager 2007 R2 Admin Resource Kit is now available

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AnnouncementIn case you missed the announcement last Friday, the Microsoft Operations Manager product team just announced the availability of the System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 Administration Resource Kit over on their blog:

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I am pleased to announce the release of the System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 Administration Resource Kit.

The System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 Administration Resource Kit includes three tools designed to help improve the Operations Manager Administrator experience. Included: Schedule Maintenance Mode, Clean mom and MP Event Analyzer .

Feature Summary

The System Center Operation Manager 2007 Administration Resource Kit provides the following features to aid in management group administration:

  • Scheduled Maintenance Mode - Ability to schedule and manage maintenance mode in the management group.
  • Clean Mom - Helps remove all installed R2 components.
  • MP Event Analyzer - MP Event Analyzer tool is designed to help a user with functional and exploratory testing and debugging of event based management pack workflows like rules and monitors….

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For all the details and a download link see System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 Admin ResKit Released!

Enjoy!

J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer

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Comments
  • Tested the Scheduled Maintenance Mode: it contains a few bugs; I hope a new version will be released

  • Good start.  Needs lots of help.  Errors after adding more than 6 computers to a job.  Requires administrator rights.

  • I have Admin rights on the server, and can add schedules and jobs.  This all looks great...but the problem is that the scheduled jobs don't start. I copied the DLLs and restarted the health service but it made no difference.

  • I am facing the same problem as MonDeoDave is facing. I have setup the tool on the SCOM server and I am the member of the group which is added on Operations Manager Administrator. I can schedule the jobs but the Job status is not changing from schedule to running once the schedule date is passed and also the server is not going to maintenance mode.

    I hope the workflow is not running?

    As i m struck expecting the answer as soon as possible

  • by adding the same member in  Management Server Action Account  it worked fine!!

  • A new problem arises.... the Servers are not coming out of maintenance mode even when the endtime of the schedule is passed.

    Any solutions/ideas are acceptable?

  • Having great to visit you'r site and getting knowlegd form that site to me .

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