Released: SQL Server Management Pack (7.0.24.0)

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An updated version of SQL Server Management Pack is ready. It has many new features which are mostly based on your feedback.

 

Please download at:

Microsoft System Center Management Pack for SQL Server

 

What’s New

  • Added a new “Securables Configuration Status” monitor targeted to SQL Server databases

  • Updated the “Product Version Compliance” monitor with the most recent versions of public updates for SQL Server

  • Updated the “Securables Configuration Status” monitor targeted to the DB Engine when a SQL Server instance participates in Availability Groups

  • Removed the “Securables Configuration Status” monitor targeted to the Availability Replica as non-useful

  • Updated the “SQL Server Database Engines” discovery; the “Netbios Computer Name” property is now uppercased.

  • Added reports from version-specific management packs for SQL Server
  • Updated monitor “Job Duration” to add current job run's duration to its alert description
  • Updated Web Console version of SQL MP Dashboards to support SCOM 2019 UR1
  • Updated alert description of monitor “Securables Configuration Status”
  • Added “CheckStartupType” property to SSIS Health Status monitor
  • Revised columns of SQL Agent and SQL Agent Jobs state views
  • Updated display strings

Issues Fixed

  • Fixed error “Unsupported path format” in workflows targeting Filegroups
  • Fixed discovery error on non-readable availability replicas
  • Fixed wrong Run As profile in SSIS Seed Discovery
  • Fixed issue that caused rule “Disable Discovery of Selected DB Engines” to fail
  • Fixed discovery issue for databases in recovering state
  • Fixed issue in monitor “Securables Configuration Status” when it went critical on Shared-Memory-only SQL Servers
  • Fixed the Alerting Rules data source to avoid an alert storm after exiting maintenance mode

  • Fixed the SQL Log Reader data source to support changing of the SQL Authentication method

  • Fixed the Performance Reader data source to support changing of the SQL Authentication method

We are looking forward to hearing your feedback.

 

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