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Microsoft System Center 2019 and above Management Pack for Orchestrator

Microsoft System Center 2019 and above Management Pack for Orchestrator monitors the health and availability of Microsoft System Center Orchestrator 2019 and future releases

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  • Version:

    7.5.1.0

    Date Published:

    2/23/2023

    File Name:

    Microsoft_System_Center_Management_Pack_for_Orchestrator.EXE

    SCOrchestratorMPGuide.docx

    File Size:

    358.9 KB

    115.1 KB

    The Microsoft System Center 2019 and above Management Pack for Orchestrator monitors the health and availability of Microsoft System Center Orchestrator 2019 and future releases.

    Feature Summary
    The Microsoft System Center 2019 and above Management Pack for Orchestrator provides the following capabilities.
    • Orchestrator Management Server Health - This scenario checks Orchestrator Management Servers for service status and critical log file events.
      • (monitor) Orchestrator Management Service
      • (monitor) Orchestrator Runbook Server Monitor
      • (alerting rule) Orchestrator Management Server Database Connection Error
      • (alerting rule) Orchestrator Runbook Server Monitor Database Connection Error
    • Orchestrator Runbook Server Health - This scenario checks Orchestrator Runbook Servers for service status and critical log file events
      • (monitor) Orchestrator Runbook Service
      • (monitor) Orchestrator Remoting Service
      • (alerting rule) Orchestrator Runbook Policy Module Fault Alert
      • (alerting rule) Orchestrator Runbook Server Database Connection Error
      • (alerting rule) Orchestrator Runbook Update Error
      • (alerting rule) Orchestrator Runbook Server ActionServerStorage Call Refused Error
      • (non-alerting rule) Orchestrator Runbook Policy Module Working Set Peak Collection
      • (non-alerting rule) Orchestrator Runbook Policy Module Thread Count Collection
      • (non-alerting rule) Orchestrator Runbook Policy Module % Processor Time Collection
    • Orchestrator Web Components Health - This scenario implements health roll-up for monitored IIS 7 (or later) components that represent the Orchestrator Web Components
      • (dependency monitor) Web Components Availability Rollup

      Please refer to the Monitoring Pack Guide included in the downlaod for more details
    Release History
    • 22 Feb, 2023 - version 7.5.1.0
    • 8 Feb, 2018 - Original Release, version 7.4.27.0
  • Supported Operating Systems

    Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2019, Windows Server 2022

      The Microsoft System Center 2019 and above Management Pack for Orchestrator has the following prerequisites:
      • The Microsoft System Center 2019 and above Management Pack for Orchestrator supports System Center Operations Manager 2019 and future releases. A dedicated management group is not required.
      • The Internet Information Services 8 and 10 management packs must be imported to the management group prior to importing the Monitoring Pack for System Center Orchestrator 2019+.
      • Windows PowerShell is required on Orchestrator Management Servers and Runbook Servers
      • Windows Server 2012 Operating System (Monitoring) or later is needed to see Operating System level alerts
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  • Once you have reviewed the Monitoring Pack Guide and meet the prerequisites for the Microsoft System Center 2019 and above Management Pack for Orchestrator you can import this management pack module using the Microsoft Operations Manager administrative console and following these steps. The MP file “Microsoft.SystemCenter.Orchestrator.Library.mp” should be imported first.

    1. Open the Microsoft Operations Manager Operator console
    2. Click on the Administrator pane at the bottom left corner
    3. Expand the Management Packs node in the tree view
    4. Click on the Import Management Pack on the “Actions” pane on the right and then browse to the folder where you extracted the MP and then import it.
    5. Follow the instructions until you have finished importing the management pack module.

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