AD DC Local Discovery (DC Role) Discovery

  • ID:  Microsoft.Windows.Server.2003.AD.DomainControllerRole.DCDiscovery
  • Description:  Performs the local discovery of the AD DC Server 2003 Computer Role
  • Target:  Windows Domain Controller
  • Enabled:  On Essential Monitoring

Overridable Parameters

Parameter Name Default Value Description Override
IntervalSeconds 86400  
ApplicationName %windir%\System32\cscript.exe  
WorkingDirectory    
CommandLine $file/ADLocalDiscoveryDC.vbs$ 0 $MPElement$ $Target/Id$ $Target/Property[Type="Windows!Microsoft.Windows.Computer"]/PrincipalName$ $Target/Property[Type="Windows!Microsoft.Windows.Computer"]/NetbiosComputerName$  
TimeoutSeconds 300  
RequireOutput true  

Run As Profiles

Name
Default

Discovered Classes

Name Description
Active Directory DC and Global Catalog Server Role (Windows 2003 Server) Active Directory DC that is also a Global Catalog Server
Active Directory Domain Controller Computer Role Instances of this class represent AD Domain Controllers running on Windows Server
NTFRS for Windows 2003 NTFRS for Windows 2003
DFSR for Windows 2003 DFSR for Windows 2003
KDC for Windows 2003 KDC for Windows 2003
NetLogon for Windows 2003 NetLogon for Windows 2003
Windows Time Service for Windows 2003 Windows Time Service for Windows 2003
Intersite Messaging Service for Windows 2003 Intersite Messaging Service for Windows 2003
SysVol for Windows 2003 SysVol for Windows 2003

Discovery Knowledgebase

Summary

This discovery rule discovers a Domain Controller. This is the local discovery.

Causes
This discovery does not contain any causes.
Resolutions
This discovery does not contain any resolutions.
External References
This discovery does not contain any external references.

See Also for Active Directory (AD) Monitoring Management Pack


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