Changes in the 6.0.6278.0 Update
Betrifft: Exchange Server, Operations Manager 2007
The following list contains the issues that are fixed in version 6.0.6278.0 of the Exchange Server 2003 Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007.
Fixed an issue with Outlook Web Access (OWA) monitoring when a custom OWA site and HTTPS with certificates is used. The Outlook Web Access Logon Monitor now exposes an override CustomURL which if set to true will cause the monitor to ignore the default URL value and use the value from the CustomURL registry key. For more information on how to use a custom URL, see the “How to Configure Custom URLs for OWA, OMA and EAS” section in this guide.
A number of 2-state monitors that previously set the health state to warning but generated error alerts were updated to generate warning alerts.
The Collect_Mailbox_Statistics.vbs script was updated so that “The Top 100 Mailboxes by Size” and “Message Count” and “Highest Growth Mailboxes” reports contain data.
The Disk_space_problem.Monitor was updated to accurately measure and alert on available free space.
The High Growth mailboxes and Public Folder reports were updated to use correct targeting. These reports now allow the user to choose the report target.
The Collect_Operating_System_Server_Information.vbs script was updated to correctly calculate GB.
The EXBPA monitor was updated to refer to the correct EXBPA scripts.
Fixed issues to the Microsoft.Exchange.ServerRole.2003.Discovery script where it would previously not discover cluster nodes if not all “Windows Computer” properties were discovered.
Fixed an issue where the OWA logon script would return a bad state and log event 1999 (Exchange MOM: Cannot measure OWA availability) when it used a mailbox on a Back End server.
Fixed an issue where the VerifyEAS.js script reported success even though a mailbox logon would fail.
The Disk_Space_Problems.vbs was updated to accurately measure disk space.
Fixed a number of issues related to running the following scripts:
Changes to reports are reflected in the “Appendix: Reports” section of this guide.