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Failure and Restore in Operations Manager 2007

Applies To: Operations Manager 2007 R2, Operations Manager 2007 SP1

Even with the best maintenance practices, data might become corrupted, causing interruption to System Center Operations Manager 2007 functionality and loss of data.

There are various causes for failure. Some of the most common causes can be classified as follows:

  • Hardware failure, such as the storage system having an impact on data availability or integrity

  • Security breach or virus infection

  • Accidental deletion or corruption of Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) security information, such as accounts or groups

  • Physical disaster

This section describes various Operations Manager failure scenarios and how to restore Operations Manager components to resume services.

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Failure Recovery Scenarios for the Root Management Server