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Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging Role Counters (Advanced)

This template contains advanced performance and statistics counters for monitoring Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging Role. Some of the counters may require manual configuration, such as setting up installation-specific instances, correcting thresholds for the client’s environment, and so forth. Use this template in addition to the Exchange 2007-2010 Unified Messaging Role Service and Counters (Basic) template.

Prerequisites

RPC and WMI access to the Exchange server.

Credentials

Windows Administrator on the target server.

Monitored Components

For details on monitors, see SAM Component Monitor Types.

These performance counters are based on the following information:

Monitoring Unified Messaging Server: Exchange 2007 Help, "Microsoft TechNet”:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb201671(EXCHG.80).aspx

Queued OCS User Event Notifications

Shows the number of notifications that have been created and not yet submitted for delivery.

Should be 0 at all times.

Represents the number of missed call notifications that have been generated in the Office Communications Server environment and have not been submitted for delivery.

Unhandled Exceptions/sec

Shows the number of calls that were disconnected after an internal system error occurred in the last second.

Should be 0 at all times.

Mailbox Server Access Failures

Shows the number of times the system did not access a Mailbox server.

Should be 0 at all times.

A non-zero value indicates that Unified Messaging is having problems with MAPI connectivity to mbx servers.

Call Answer Queued Messages

Shows the number of messages created and not yet submitted for delivery.

Should be less than 50 at all times.

Hub Transport Access Failures

Shows the number of times that attempts to access a Hub Transport server failed. This number is only incremented if all Hub Transport servers were unavailable.

Should be 0 at all times.