The following are the changes in the 6.0.00 release of BMC PATROL for Exchange Servers:
In PATROL for Exchange Servers 6.0.00, the MSEXCH_Local_Servers.kml, MSEXCH_Remote_Servers.kml and MSEXCH_EdgeServer.kml are the three available .kml files. The following .kml files have been merged into one MSEXCH_Local_Servers.kml file:
BMC PATROL for Exchange Servers version 6.0.00 can be configured using BMC ProactiveNet Central Monitoring Administration. The following monitor configurations are supported:
For information about Central Monitoring Administration Configuration, see Configuring in a BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management environment.
Support for the following Administration commands have been deprecated from PATROL for Exchange Servers:
In PATROL for Exchange Servers 6.0.00, the default thresholds have been disabled for all statistics parameters.
Along with the changes described, PATROL for Exchange Servers 6.0.00 has been enhanced with the following features:
Monitor all Exchange server processes using the performance object named Process
All expected List of Performance Objects instances are not dynamiclly selected or monitored. A new KM menu command has been added in version 6.0.00 of BMC PATROL for Exchange Servers to collect all the Perfmon instances dynamically.
PATROL for Exchange Servers 6.0.00 allows you to use the same exchange account for different Exchange Servers for Roundtrip internet session monitoring.
You can calculate the delta value for the
The IIS Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync Authentication can be monitored through PATROL for Exchange Servers with
You can be enable collection of these parameters by selecting the ActiveSync object from the Server performance application class.
You can monitor Microsoft Edge server in a DMZ environment.
A new KM menu command has been added in version 6.0.00 of BMC PATROL for Exchange Servers to collect all the Perfmon instances dynamically. To access this command, choose Server performance > KM command > Setup > Display All Instances. It can be also configured through PCM with the following configuration: