Splunk® Supported Add-ons

Splunk Add-on for Microsoft Exchange

TA-Exchange-ClientAccess inputs

The Exchange servers version 2008, 2010, 2013 and 2016 are End of Life (EOL).

The TA-Exchange-ClientAccess add-on collects performance and Windows host monitoring data from Windows hosts that run Exchange Server and hold the Client Access Server role. See Configure TA-Exchange-ClientAccess to learn how to configure the add-on for your version of Exchange Server prior to deploying it to Exchange Server hosts.

The add-on includes the following data inputs:

Common data inputs

[WinHostMon://Processes]
[WinHostMon://Services]
[perfmon://Total_Processor_Time]
[perfmon://Processor]
[perfmon://System]
[perfmon://Available_Memory]
[perfmon://Memory]
[perfmon://DotNET_CLR_Memory]
[perfmon://Network_Utilization]
[perfmon://TCPv4]
[perfmon://TCPv6]
[perfmon://MSExchange_Control_Panel]
[perfmon://MSExchangePop3]
[perfmon://MSExchangeImap4]
[perfmon://MSExchange_Availability_Service]
[perfmon://MSExchange_FDS_OAB]
[perfmon://MSExchangeAutodiscover]
[perfmon://MSExchangeWS]
[perfmon://Web_Service]

Exchange Server 2010 data inputs

[perfmon://OWA_2010]
[perfmon://ActiveSync_2010]
[perfmon://MSExchange_Throttling_2010]
[monitor://C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\Logging\RPC Client Access]
[script://.\bin\exchangepowershell.cmd v14 get-hoststats_2007_2010.ps1]
[script://.\bin\exchangepowershell.cmd v14 get-throttling-policies_2010_2013.ps1]
[script://.\bin\exchangepowershell.cmd v14 read-audit-logs_2010_2013.ps1]

Exchange Server 2013, 2016, and 2019 data inputs

[perfmon://MSExchange_Throttling_2013]
[perfmon://MSExchange_Authentication]
[perfmon://MSExchange_SmtpReceive]
[perfmon://MSExchange_SmtpSend]
[monitor://C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Logging\RPC Client Access]
[script://.\bin\exchangepowershell.cmd v15 get-hoststats_2013.ps1]
[script://.\bin\exchangepowershell.cmd v15 read-audit-logs_2010_2013.ps1]
[script://.\bin\exchangepowershell.cmd v15 get-throttling-policies_2010_2013.ps1]

For the admin audit log data collection, the PowerShell script saves the checkpoint (date) when this data was previously collected. Saving this checkpoint creates and uses splunk-msexchange-auditfile.clixml, which uses %TEMP% as a location and C:\Windows\Temp as a path for the NT Authority\SYSTEM account.

Last modified on 28 February, 2024
Overview of TA-Exchange-ClientAccess   Configure TA-Exchange-ClientAccess

This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Supported Add-ons: released


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