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By default, the only Microsoft Exchange Server services to be monitored are the directory, information store, and MTA. You can also monitor any Windows NT Server service running on a Microsoft Exchange Server computer.
Use the Services property page to specify which additional services you want to monitor. When services are configured to be monitored, that information is stored in the directory. This information is replicated to all servers in the organization where all monitors can find it.
Note Because directory replication to other servers in the same and other sites is not instantaneous, additional services to be monitored may not be immediately monitored.
Monitors that are running do not pick up changes. You must restart the monitor after the data is replicated into the local directory of the monitoring server.
Note You can also choose Services in the Servers property page of a monitor to get to the Services property page.
You can add selected services or all services to those being checked by this server monitor.
Note You must restart the monitor after services are added.
|Add||Adds the service selected in the Installed services box.|
|Default||Adds only installed Microsoft Exchange Server services.|
|All||Adds all services.|
If you no longer need to monitor some services, you can remove them from the list of monitored services.
Note You must restart the monitor after services are removed.
|Remove||Removes a selected service.|
|None||Removes all services.|