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The QoE server is a monitoring tool that watches you Enterprise Voice deployment, and generates reports in stad-alone console or to Operations Manager. Its a complicated product, that takes just as much time deploying as the OCS itself. Nevertheless, if you plan a voice deployment in an enterprise enviroment, you should consider this server together with Operations Manager 2007

MS Wrote:

Monitoring Server
The QoE Monitoring Server provides the information that you need in order to better understand the media quality that your users are experiencing in your Office Communications Server 2007 deployment. The QoE Monitoring Server focuses on the media quality at the endpoints and provides a near real-time alerting and health model and includes standard reports that you can use as soon as you are up and running. With the QoE Monitoring Server in your deployment, you can do the following:

  • Gather statistics on media quality at individual locations or based on a grouping of subnets.
  • Proactively monitor and troubleshoot media quality of experience issues.
  • Perform diagnostics in response to VoIP user complaints.
  • View trends that can help you with post-deployment growth and measure results against the service level agreement.

Get it here:

Doc: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9ED29D74-3391-4902-BF2C-6757410F3335&displaylang=en


Software: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=09115944-625f-460b-b09c-51e3c96e9f7e&displaylang=en

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