Update MP: System Center Management Pack for Windows Server Operating System

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On 28-July-2016 Microsoft released update for the System Center Management Pack for Windows Server Operating System. The version is updated to 6.0.7316.0

  • System Center Management Pack for Windows Server Operating System The features and fixes that are included in this update:
    • Fix: predisk free space monitoring issue on Quorum disks in failover clusters; the monitor was displayed as healthy, but actually it did not work and no performance data was collected.
    • Fix: logical disk discovery did not discover logical disk on non-clustered server with Failover Cluster Feature enabled
    • Fix: Clustered Shared Volumes were being discovered twice – as a Clustered Shared Volume and as a logical disk; now they are discovered as Clustered Shared Volumes only
    • Fix: mount points were being discovered twice for cluster disks mounted to a folder – as a cluster disk and as a logical disk
    • Fix: Cluster Shared Volume objects were being discovered incorrectly when they had more than one partition (applied to discovery and monitoring): only one partition was discovered, while the monitoring data was discovered for all partitions available. The key field is changed, and now partitions are discovered correctly
    • Fix: Cluster Shared Volume objects were being discovered incorrectly when they had more than one partition (applied to discovery and monitoring): only one partition was discovered, while the monitoring data was discovered for all partitions available. The key field is changed, and now partitions are discovered correctly
    • Fix: Fix: physical CPUs are now discovered on Windows Server 2008 R2 platforms; logical CPUs are no longer discovered
    • Fix: Windows Server 2008 Max Concurrent API Monitor did not work on Windows Server 2008 platform. Now, it is supported on Windows Server platforms starting from Windows Server 2008 R2.
    • Fix: when network resource name contained more than 15 symbols, the last symbols of the name were cut off, which was resulting in cluster disks and Cluster Shared Volume discovery issues.

Before installing in the updates in your production environment make sure that you test these updates in your test environment.

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