Third Systems post in a row, third about MS technologies, second about Vista and something you cannot do.
This post, as the previous one, has the only purpose of avoiding you wasting time trying to do something you simply can’t.
If you manage a monitoring infrastructure based on MOM 2005 and want to monitor the growing number of MS Windows Vista materializing in your network, you may like (or not) to know:
- that there is no Management Pack for Vista available for MOM 2005,
- that there is one for SCOM 2007 (MOM 2005, the evolution), but
- there is no supported migration path from MOM 2005 to SCOM 2007, as you can read on this MS document.
Anyway, as MS is not aware of any issue related to the installation of the MOM 2005 agent on a Vista client, I have given it a try –you’ll need access to ports 1270, 1271, 1272, 1433, 1434 and 137 TCP on the client to get it installed–
We’ll see the kind of information it can collect…
Comentarios desactivados en MOM 2005 and Windows Vista clients