Biz Talk Servers in OPS Manager 2007 R2 not displaying in its folders
I know this has been asked before but I am very much stuck with this issue We are using SCOM 2007 R2 and our company is trying to monitor our BizTalk servers. Our servers do show up in the Discovery Inventory. Servers are connecting to its Run As account and all of them show up healthy besides needing a defragment of the drives. As you can see in the screenshot, I have deployed management packs to all of our servers and the BizTalk Server 2010 Server folders do show up in the Monitoring tree but will not populate. If I expand some of the other folders I can see the BizTalk servers and they do report back data so I am at a complete loss to why the BizTalk folders will not populate with data when the servers will show up in other areas. I am also having problems with my Management Server authenticating with a Run As account. I was able to repair all of my BizTalk connections by clicking repair, entering the correct credentials and then the BizTalk servers connected properly. I am unable to find a location to repair the management server. It seems there is no repair option. Can someone walk me through making a Run As account for my Management Server? The Run As accounts work perfectly for the BizTalk servers but for some reason will not work for the management server. These issues could all be related but I need to get the management server connected properly and get those darn Biz Talk folders to populate data. I would very much appreciate some help on this issue. I am very new to SCOM and really want to get this working. I am more than willing to supply more data for anyone willing to help. Thanks!
September 11th, 2012 7:32pm

If you right click the Microsoft Biztalk Server 2010 folder what are you getting? Did you try to rerun the install process for the management pack? Finally if all these are not working and you really want a biztalk 2010 view you can try to populate the view with a command yourself. If you need assistance in doing so reply back and I'll help you through the process. It's doing common things uncommonly well that brings succes.
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October 7th, 2012 6:10pm

If you right click the Microsoft Biztalk Server 2010 folder what are you getting? Did you try to rerun the install process for the management pack? Finally if all these are not working and you really want a biztalk 2010 view you can try to populate the view with a command yourself. If you need assistance in doing so reply back and I'll help you through the process. It's doing common things uncommonly well that brings succes.
October 7th, 2012 6:21pm

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