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Exchange 2010 Management Pack in SCOM 2012

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I have imported Exchange 2010 MP to SCOM 2010. I would like to know what has been monitored so far by SCOM, for instance Disk usage, CPU, Memory , and what is the default threshold, and if I want to change the threshold, then where should I go and change it...

Exchange 2010 is installed on Windows 2008. I believe I need also to import Windows 2008 MP . Correct ?

Any help will be very much appreciated.

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