The following article applies to SCOM 2012 BETA and may or may not apply to RC or RTM release. I’ll try to repro the issue in the upcoming releases to see if the behavior changed and provide updates if necessary. I guess everyone is testing SCOM 2012 Beta right now and a lot of people … Continue reading Troubleshooting Network Discovery in SCOM 2012
Download: Link The System Center Operation Manager 2007 Administration Resource Kit provides the following features to aid in management group administration: Scheduled Maintenance Mode – Ability to schedule and manage maintenance mode in the management group. Clean Mom – Helps remove all installed R2 components. MP Event Analyzer – MP Event Analyzer tool is designed to help a user … Continue reading System Center Operation Manager 2007 Administration Resource Kit is out!
A good way to filter out all the noise in SCOM is to use the priority field of generated alerts. Creating views only showing high-priority alerts and configuring/overriding certain rules and monitors to raise alerts with high priority can help you in your daily operations to handle only alerts of interest for you without really … Continue reading Find all rules and monitors raising alerts with a certain priority
By now, you should have seen already some blog posts about the new SCOM version (2012 or whatever it will be called in the end). Here are some bits I am particularly excited about: There is NO Root Management Server anymore! I think this one will make a lot of people happy. R.I.P. R.M.S. Agent and … Continue reading About that new Operations Manager version next year
Since the release of CU3 for SCOM 2007 R2, users might be confused about the exact support matrix for running SCOM 2007 R2 databases on SQL Server. Since our database team is, let’s say “very responsive” and tend to install Service Packs very quickly after their release and sometimes even without notifying the service owner, … Continue reading Current SCOM 2007 R2 Support Matrix