Monitor Office 2003 with SCOM 2007

Posted on 2009-05-01
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I need help. How can I setup SCOM 2007 to monitor Microsoft Office 2003. I want to monitor things like if Outlook crashes or if Word and Excel crash. I want to know if someone is experiencing any issues. Is there a management pack for office 2003? Can I setup thresholds and what would be the baseline.

Currently I have SCOM monitoring the XP Pros and thje Network Cards.
Question by:Y2KBDS

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    I have resolved this by downloading the MP and I am good.

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    Information Worker MP is the name of the MP.

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