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Adding a Monitor for Microsoft System Center Essentials (SCE)

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A Microsoft System Center Essentials (SCE) monitor integrates with monitors from Microsoft System Center Essentials (SCE). SCE provides mid-market businesses a unified IT management solution that manages tasks across virtual and physical servers, PCs, hardware, software and IT services from a single console.

What You Can Do

You can automatically monitor for SCE alerts. SCE-related issues have their own alert category and appear on the Central Dashboard of Service Center.

Alerts are synchronized between Service Center and SCE so that if you close an SCE alert in the SCE console, the alert is automatically closed in Service Center.

SCE monitoring is applied directly to the SCE application server, not its management clients.

To add a monitor for Microsoft System Center Essentials (SCE)

  1. In Service Center, click Configuration > Monitor & Alert Rules.
  2. From the Site list, select the site where the device is located.
  3. From the Device list, select the device to which you want to add a monitor.
  4. Click Add Monitor.
  5. From the Choose Monitor Type list, select SCE.
  6. Click Add Monitor.
  7. In the Monitor tab, type a title for the monitor.
  8. Optionally, type a description for the monitor.
  9. Ensure the Enabled check box is selected.
  10. From the Polling Interval list, select an appropriate time to set how frequently the data is captured.
  11. Do one of the following to set when the monitor runs:
    • To set the monitor to run all the time, do nothing.
    • To change when the monitor runs, click Run Always to open the Select Interval dialog box and select either the Daily Interval or Specific Interval option button and use the corresponding lists to define the monitoring. Click OK.
  12. To configure an alert, see Setting Alert Actions.
  13. Click Save.
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