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Introducing the MOM 2005Deployment Guide
Authors: John Hallows, James R. MoreyProgram Managers: Harry Sinn, Travis Wright, Lorenzo Rizzi, Thomas Theiner
Published:
August 2004
Applies To:
Microsoft Operations Manager 2005
Document Version:
Release 1.0
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MicrosoftOperationsManager 2005Deployment Guide
 
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Acknowledgments
Primary Reviewers:
Barry Webberley, Starr Parker, Bill Hodghead, Appireddy Kikkuru
Secondary Reviewers
: Anandha Ganesan, Kerry Minietta, Stephanie Couch, VenkateshSargunesan, Janaina Bueno, Ramana Satyavarapu
Managing Editor:
 
Sandra Faucett
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CHAPTER 1
This chapter explains the scope of the
Microsoft 
®
Operations Manager (MOM) 2005 Deployment Guide
and how to use the guide to deploy one or more management groups. A
management group
consists of a MOM Database, one or more MOM Management Servers, theMOM Administrator console and MOM Operator console, and up to 3,500 managed computers.A management group can also include any of the following optional components: theMOM Reporting Server, The MOM Connector Framework (MCF), product connectors and theMOM Web console.
In This Chapter
Additional ResourcesSend feedback to the MOM Documentation Team:momdocs@microsoft.com.
Scope
The
Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 Deployment Guide
provides detailed instructions and best practices for installing Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) 2005 components and for upgrading MOM 2000 SP1 to MOM 2005. This guide explains how to install all MOMcomponents on a single computer and how to install MOM components across multiplecomputers. This guide also covers installing MOM 2005 in advanced configurations, such asthose involving multitiering, firewalls, multihoming, or on clustered servers.
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