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10
Dec

Alert Widget Static Column Width

Update 2/10: This issue appears to be fixed in 2012 R2 UR5.

A while back I ran into an issue with creating some dashboards for SCOM.  Specifically, the issue came along when working with the Alert Widget.  I ran into the issue where columns in the Alert Widget would get very wide and one column could fill up an entire screen, rending the rest of the view essentially useless.  This is due to the “Auto” width feature in the widget.  While it is great to have Auto as an option, it isn’t always appropriate for all columns. Read moreRead more

10
Apr

Upgrading to SCOM 2012 – SQL Issue

I ran into an issue when upgrading SCOM to 2012 (from 2007 R2 CU5).  The installer stated that the upgrade was successful, but no activity was taking place in my management group.  I had one error in my event logs (see below).

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1
Sep

SCOM Workgroup Monitoring – Disable AD Integration

Because workgroup computers can’t read Active Directory, AD Integration should to be disabled on these systems.  For some reason, the SCOM interactive agent setup will not allow the option “Use Management Group Information from Active Directory” to be disabled (it is grayed out).  However, this  setting can be disabled by installing the agent from the command line, or editing a registry key on an existing agent.

To disable during setup:
Install the SCOM agent with the following command line: MOMAgent.msi USE_SETTINGS_FROM_AD=0 MANAGEMENT_GROUP=<Management Group Here>” MANAGEMENT_SERVER_DNS=<FQDN of management server here> /qb

To disable in the registry:
Open registry editor and nagivate to: SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\HealthService\Parameters\ConnectorManager“.
Set the EnableADIntegration in the registry to 0′
Restart the HealthService (System Center Management)

If one of the above steps is not completed, you will see the following entry in your Operations Manager event log:

Log Name:      Operations Manager
Source:        HealthService
Date:          <Date/Time>
Event ID:      2010
Task Category: Health Service
Level:         Error
Keywords:      Classic
User:          N/A
Computer:      <FQDN>
Description:
The Health Service cannot connect to Active Directory to retrieve management group policy.  The error is Unspecified error (0x80004005)