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4 Monitoring Pack updates for Windows Server 2012 support, spelling error included

Microsoft has released a group of new and udpated Monitoring Packs for System Center 2012 that provides overall and component support for Windows Server 2012.  The links and info are below.

But, below the info is an interesting piece that I salvaged for posterity.  Looks like someone got a little crazy with the keyboard.  The graphic at the bottom is the original spelling for the IIS 8 Monitoring Pack.  I’m sure Microsoft will fix it up pretty quickly, but I just wanted to give you something that may just be the thing to lift your spirits today.

 

System Center Monitoring Pack for Windows Server Operating System – The System Center Monitoring Pack for Windows Server Operating System provides the fundamental monitoring basics for computers running the Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003, 2003 R2, 2008, 2008 R2 and 2012 Operating System.

System Center 2012 Monitoring Pack for Microsoft Windows Server AD CS 2012 – The System Center Monitoring Pack for Active Directory Certificate Services provides monitoring for the following core areas and scenarios: CA service status checking and Event monitors.

System Center 2012 Monitoring Pack for Microsoft Windows Server 2012 AD RMS – The System Center Monitoring Pack for Active Directory Rights Management Services provides monitoring for the following core areas and scenarios: Cluster Availability, Logging Failures, Database Availability, Client Activation Issues, and Rights Policy Template Integration.

System Center 2012 Monitoring Pack for Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Internet Information Service 8 – The Internet Information Services Management Pack provides proactive and reactive monitoring of your Internet Information Services (IIS) environment.

Oops!

 

UPDATE September 27, 2012:  The spelling error has now been fixed!

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