Documentation forServer & Application Monitor
Monitoring your applications and environment is a key capability of Hybrid Cloud Observability and is also available in a standalone module, Server & Application Monitor (SAM). Hybrid Cloud Observability and SAM are built on the self-hosted SolarWinds Platform.

SharePoint Services (WSS) 6.0

This template assess the overall health and performance of Windows SharePoint Services 6.0.


WMI access to SharePoint server.


\Windows Administrator on SharePoint server.

Component monitors

Components without predetermined threshold values provide guidance such as "Use the lowest threshold possible" or "Use the highest threshold possible" to help you find a threshold appropriate for your application.

Internet Information Services

This component monitors only the service that provides Web connectivity through the Internet Information Services Manager.

SharePoint Services Search 16

This service provides support for constructing complex search queries through the SQL syntax. search in Windows SharePoint Services.

SharePoint Services Timer

This component monitor sends notifications and performs scheduled tasks for SharePoint.

SharePoint Services Tracing

This component monitor manages the trace output of the call stack. Administrators can specify the path used to store the trace log files. This log file may be used by applications that are built on top of Windows SharePoint Services 3.0.

ISAPI Connection Count

This component monitor returns the current number of extension requests that are simultaneously being processed by the web service.

ISAPI Request/Sec

This component monitor returns the rate at which ISAPI extension requests are simultaneously being processed by the web service.

ASP.NET Worker Process Restarts

This component monitor returns the number of times a worker process has restarted. Restarts use a great deal of resources and therefore should be monitored closely. Restarts can be caused by various process settings, memory leaks, and access violations. It is recommended to closely monitor restarts to determine their cause, thus preventing them from occurring in the future. Any returned number above zero may indicate a problem.