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MSMQ and COM+ Monitoring?

MSMQ and COM+ Monitoring?

MSMQ and COM+ Monitoring?

Does somebody have an idea how we could monitor MSMQ, COM+ etc. on Windows2000 Servers using Unicenter NSM? We need this to instument our inhouse application that is based on above services.

Our local CA contact did come up with an option for Microsoft Transaction Server but nobody could tell us if this could really do the job because it's an old option for TNG and NT4.

My own idea was to use the WMI Agent but that would involve a lot of configuring.

Much to my surprise I later found the following page:


Even MS say that CA supports it but then nobody at CA could tell me how???

Any ideas greatly appreciated


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