URL Monitoring Part IV–Getting More Advanced

  This entry is a continuation of the following series: URL Monitoring Part I – The Design URL Monitoring Part II – The Classes and Discoveries URL Monitoring Part III – The Monitors URL Monitoring Part IV – Getting More Advanced URL Monitoring Part V – Monitoring URLs from a Resource Pool After my initial…

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Preferred Cluster Node Detection MP

I wrote an MP last year that I thought might be useful for the community. Of course this is just an example and needs some work (error handling, testing, etc…). The purpose of the MP is to alert when a resource is not on its preferred cluster node. This MP supports both Windows Server 2003…

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Where are my Registered Servers?

  I have a customer with multiple OpsMgr management groups and they don’t like to type in the name of the RMS of other management groups when they want to connect through the console. They want to use the Registered Servers option but nothing appears when they click on it. Here is what it should…

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The Challenges with Manual Reset Monitors

Recently some of my peers were discussing issues that their customers are encountering with manual reset monitors.  I thought the main points of the discussion were worth sharing. What is a Manual Reset Monitor? It is a type of monitor that detects an error condition, turns “red”, and generates an alert.  What it does not…

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