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"Corporate" Blog of Daniele Muscetta, Premier Field Engineer.

Got Orphaned OpsMgr Objects?

Have you ever wondered what would happen if, in Operations Manager, you’d delete a Management Server or Gateway that managed objects (such as network devices) or has agents pointing uniquely to it as their primary server? The answer is simple, but not very pleasant: you get ORPHANED objects, which will linger in the database but… Read more

Protecting custom Resolution State in OpsMgr 2007

In System Center Operations Manager 2007, you can add and remove resolution states for your alerts at will. Other than states “0” (“New”) and “255” (“Closed”) you can create other 254 resolution states to suit your needs. This is a simple feature that was already present in previous MOM versions, and it is very useful… Read more