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Exam Objectives

Exam Objectives

The exam objectives are broken up into five different categories.

Configuring System Center Operations Manager 2007 (15 percent)

  • Configure notification.
  • Manage roles.
  • Configure System Center Operations Manager options.
  • Discover and deploy agents within a trusted Active Directory forest.
  • Discover and deploy agents to systems not using Active Directory.

Deploying and Configuring Management Packs (28 percent)

  • Import a Management Pack.
  • Configure overrides.
  • Create a self-tuning threshold.
  • Migrate a Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 Management Pack to System Center Operations Manager 2007.
  • Configure diagnostics and recoveries for a rule or a monitor.

Building and Deploying Custom Management Packs (21 percent)

  • Configure security options.
  • Configure discovery for Management Packs.
  • Create monitors and rules.
  • Create a distributed application.
  • Create a synthetic transaction.

Maintaining System Center Operations Manager (23 percent)

  • Maintain a System Center Operations Manager infrastructure.
  • Create views.
  • Create tasks.
  • Fail over from Root Management Server (RMS).
  • Backup and restore System Center Operations Manager.
  • Manage and maintain reports.

Configuring Client Monitoring (13 percent)

  • Configure Audit Collection Service (ACS).
  • Configure Agentless Exception Monitoring (AEM).
  • Configure Collective Client Monitoring (CCM).
  • Configure Business Critical Client Monitoring (BCCM).
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