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Created: 11 Mar 2013 • Updated: 20 Mar 2013 | 12 comments
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Hi guys,

How do I create a SCOM package from SEPM and than package it for SCOM.

Thank you

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Rafeeq's picture


This should work

Installing clients with Microsoft SMS 2003

MSI switches for SEP

Ambesh_444's picture


Please check with below article..

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SebastianZ's picture

Have a look here:

Can Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager be monitored by Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM)?

There is an idea for enhancement request regarding SCOM as well:

Rafeeq's picture

Good article , "Thumbs up!!" 

Eyal's picture


So what does these URLs do exactly. I have copied one of them to my browser and it came back with an "OK" status which i dont' understand??

The MOM pack can use the following two URLs to check health:

Basically what I need is a SCOM pack that will monitor SEPM health status, not sep client installed on the SEPM server.

Eyal's picture

Good day,

Thank you for the links I've gone through them. My question is what does this URL monitors, I have copied it to my web browser and it returned an  "OK" status.

Does it monitor SEPM critical services?

SebastianZ's picture

It will be basically the SEPM Web Server service on port 8014.

Rafeeq's picture

if its ok, then your browser is able to talk to the sercars.dll (IIS) meaning everything is working fine :) 

SebastianZ's picture

On SEP 12.1 secars will refere to Apache/Tomcat. For 11.x SEPM it will be IIS.

Eyal's picture

Hi Rafeeq,

So does this pack look for SEPM critical events i.e SEPM services, virus outbreaks, monitoring performance of the server and availability of the server?

Rafeeq's picture

its mentioned as Manager health. I dont think it will alert for virus outbreaks. you can create notification in sepm for that.

add this one too


Eyal's picture

Ok great...Im happy with Apache service monitoring.

Thank you Rafeeq for the links