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Sunday, December 25, 2011

What is active directory monitoring

    Active Directory Management Pack (ADMP) monitors Active Directory and the external components that are related to Active Directory ensure that their ongoing behavior falls within the bounds of normal, healthy Active Directory behavior. The ADMP definitions for the health of Active Directory and its related components are contained in the more than 400 ready-to-run rules that are included with ADMP. After MOM and ADMP are installed, these rules begin to active directory monitoring and related component behavior immediately and automatically, and they alert you whenever unexpected behavior occurs. One thing that must be kept in mind is that an ADMP will not monitor events that occur as a result of Active Directory installation or removal, or domain rename operations. ADMP also includes several “Miscellaneous componentname error” rules that are designed to monitor event numbers that are not generated by current operating system versions but may be introduced by future product updates and service packs. In addition, ADMP also includes several “Reportname report available” rules that are designed to notify administrators when data that is collected by ADMP is available for viewing.

    In active directory monitoring Domain controller roles perform specific functions in an Active Directory environment. These specialized roles include PDC Emulator, Infrastructure Master, RID Master, Domain Naming Master, and Schema Master. OpManager's Active Directory Monitor does a good job of identifying the roles assigned to the server in the network. Using customizable thresholds, operators can be notified well in advance and thereby proactively prevent outages before they occur.

    A event log reporting consists of a rewritten event tracing and logging architecture on Windows Vista. The event log reporting has been rewritten around a structured XML log-format and a designated log type to allow applications to more precisely log events and to help make it easier for support technicians and developers to interpret the events. The XML representation of the event can be viewed on the Details tab in an event's properties. It is also possible to view all potential events, their structures, registered event publishers and their configuration using the wevtutil utility, even before the events are fired. There are a large number of different types of event logs including Administrative, Operational, Analytic, and Debug log types. Selecting the Application Logs node in the Scope pane reveals numerous new subcategorized event log management, including many labeled as diagnostic logs. Analytic and Debug events which are high frequency are directly saved into a trace file while Admin and Operational events are infrequent enough to allow additional processing without affecting system performance, so they are delivered to the event log management service. Events are published asynchronously to reduce the performance impact on the event publishing application. Event attributes are also much more detailed and show EventID, Level, Task, Opcode, and Keywords properties.

    The windows security log reporting in Microsoft Windows is a log that contains records of login/logout activity or other security-related events specified by the system's audit policy. Auditing allows administrators to configure Windows to record operating system activity in the Security Log. The Security Log is one of three logs viewable under Event Viewer. The
    windows security log reporting is one of the primary tools used by Administrators to detect and investigate attempted and successful unauthorized activity and to troubleshoot problems; Microsoft describes it as "Your Best and Last Defense".