Microsoft Exchange can be monitored via WMI and/or the Opsview Agent, depending on your needs.
Current checks for the Agent support Microsoft Exchange 2007. They may also support later releases, but support is not guaranteed with the Opsview supplied checks. Additional checks, for use with the agent, can be quickly written in Powershell should more monitoring functionality be required.
WMI checks work with any version of Exchange configured to support access via WMI.
For more details on WMI configuration take a look at the 'OS ' Windows Server' page.
WMI -WMI classes are pre-configured with an installation of Exchange. Once you have access to these classes you can monitor them using the built-in service checks. The 'OS ' Windows Server' page contains all of the details and links you need to configure Exchange to be ready for monitoring via WMI.
Windows Agent ' To use these checks the Opsview Agent will need to be installed. Details on where to download it from are available on:
The latest version of NSClient++ is not supported with the Exchange checks.
In the Opsview Monitor UI:
Step 1: Add the host template
Example of Adding Microsoft Exchange Host Template
Step 2: Add and configure the host variable WINCREDENTIALS and add in your WMI username and password as the variable values
Example of Configuring Host Variables
Step 3: Reload and view the Microsoft Exchange statistics
Example of Microsoft Exchange Statistics in Opsview Monitor
For the Opsview Agent:
- Add the Host Template 'Application ' Microsoft Exchange 2007' to your server.
Optional: Configure the host variable(s) 'NRPE_CERTIFICATES' and 'NRPE_CIPHERS' if you plan on using certificate-based security between Opsview and the monitored host
- Perform a configuration reload within 'Menu => Settings => Reload'