Sometimes after installing an agent or importing a management pack you may see event number 33333 logged by the Data Access layer. In many situations this error is caused by the fact that proxying is not enabled for a particular agent. In OpsMgr SP1, we have added a new rule to pickup this event and generate an alert. The alert looks like the following:
You can figure out using powershell the name of the agent that requires proxying to be enabled using the following command:
Get-MonitoringObject -id:’2090A6E7-27D2-425F-5617-6EE7B2291970′ | ft DisplayName
This will provide the name of the agent that needs to have proxying enabled.
Note: You will need to replace the GUID that you use as the parameter to the cmdlet with the first GUID that you see in the alert.