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The MOM Exchange Mailbox Access account is used by the Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Management Pack. Use the Microsoft Exchange Server Management Pack Configuration Wizard to configure the necessary settings on the Exchange servers to enable the management pack to carry out monitoring correctly. This wizard will also create a user account and an Exchange mailbox in each Exchange database store (or one for each Exchange server depending on the options selected in the Exchange Management Pack Configuration Wizard). These mailboxes will be used by MOM to carry out Exchange database and mail flow monitoring. The Exchange Mailbox Access account will be granted permissions to these mailboxes in order that a single account can be used to carry out monitoring of a number of separate Exchange databases. Using a single enabled domain account to connect to multiple mailboxes helps to maintain the highest level of security possible while providing rich monitoring of Exchange, such as database and mail flow monitoring. You should configure this account with low privileges. We recommend creating this account and adding it to the Domain Users Active Directory security group. The Exchange Server Management Pack Configuration Wizard will add the required permissions to this account and create additional monitoring accounts and mailboxes as required according to the options you specify in the wizard. The Exchange Server Management Pack Configuration Wizard should be run from a machine that has Exchange Server System Manager installed and executed with an account with Exchange administrator rights. You should name the MOM Exchange Mailbox Access account according to your naming convention for service accounts. After you have created the user accounts and finished running the Prerequisite Checker, click the Install Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 option from the MOM 2005 Setup Resources dialog (shown in Figure 2-12). Once you have clicked the option, the MOM 2005 Setup Wizard will start. Simply follow the wizard, specifying the options as required for your environment. You will need to specify database locations and sizes, and MOM user accounts, as well as input exactly what you want to monitor. After MOM is installed, you should do the following: Consider installing MOM Reporting (covered in 7). This is an optional component of MOM. You don t have to install it, but we recommend that you do since in addition to providing a rich graphical, reporting interface, it also keeps the MOM operational (OnePoint) database streamlined by archiving old data to the Reporting database. Install the management packs and agents as required.
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Figure 2-12. The Setup Tasks tab on the MOM 2005 Setup Resources dialog There are various recommendations on installing management packs and agents. We personally choose to import the required management packs, tune the alerts (from our own experience), and then roll the agents out. The Microsoft best practice for deploying management packs, though, is to deploy the agents and then install the management packs one at a time, carrying out alert tuning on one management pack at a time. (Management packs are covered in more detail in 3.)
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Depending on your infrastructure, you may want to install MOM in an advanced configuration. Agent multihoming, MOM multitiering, passing reporting data to a single data warehouse, and installing onto a cluster are all examples of advanced configurations.
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In some environments, it is necessary for MOM agents to report to two separate MOM management groups simultaneously. An example of when you might need to do this is when you have a requirement to collect security information from your agents. A good way to collect such information would be to have a separate management group for security events and multihome the agent. Configuring the agent to multihome is fairly simple. Once you
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