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Posted Saturday, September 6, 2008 1:14 PM


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How to install the Management pack.
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Hi,

I am looking to monitor sql jobs for our SQL 2000, 2005 and eventually 2008 servers. I am looking at the SQL Management Packs for SQL 2000/2005 for SCOM 2007.

Do I need to have SCOM installed first? Can I just install the MP on our servers and configure it from there?

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Hi Quackhandle,

You have to import the MP's into SCOM so I think that's a no-go.

My question though is;

Is there way to monitor individual SQL Server jobs ? I only want a few jobs raising alerts, but the total job count exceeds 200...
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