Operations Manager 2007 Installation and Configuration

This course begins with an introduction to Operations Manager 2007 followed by a detailed architectural discussion that explains how to design your Operations Manager 2007 environment details how all of the communication occurs between components. Next students will walk through an advanced installation of Operations Manager 2007 and learn how to install the database, Root Management Server, additional Management servers and deploy agents. Once the setup is complete, the students will upgrade to SP1 and perform other critical post installation configurations. Attendees will also learn about the issues involved in migrating from MOM 2005 to Operations Manager 2007, the new health model that Management Packs are built upon and key changes to maintenance mode. The discovery of non-Windows devices and operating systems is also explored as are overrides, diagnostics and recoveries, notification configuration, multiple management groups and the Command Shell. This course will also guide students through the installation and configuration of a gateway server.
Before attending this course, students should have: -MCSA certification, or equivalent knowledge
2 Days/Lecture & Lab
  • Overview of System Center Operations Manager 2007
  • Architecting Operations Manager 2007
  • Installing Operations Manager 2007
  • Installing ACS
  • Discovering Non-Windows Devices
  • Overrides, Diagnostics & Recoveries, and Notifications
  • Management Groups & SCCP
  • Gateway Server Role
  • Command Shell

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