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Network Monitoring SNMP Trap port is already in use by another program

If you see the following alert in your SCOM console:- Network Monitoring SNMP Trap port is already in use by another program You can troubleshoot as follows:- For SCOM MonitoringHost.exe should be using port 162 So what claimed the SNMP … Continue reading

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Restart a remote computer from command line

Open a command prompt as Administrator and run the following:- **Replace myserver.mydomain,com with the FQDN of your computer** SHUTDOWN /r /f /t 0 /m \\myserver.mydomain.com /c “remote logon unresponsive” Switch meaning:- ——————– /r         Shutdown and restart the computer. /f         Force … Continue reading

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Launch Admin Tools from the command line

If you have Admin Tools installed these can be launched from a command prompt using the an .msc command, below is a list of the tools and the associated msc command:- AD Domains and Trusts domain.msc Active Directory Management admgmt.msc AD Sites and Serrvices dssite.msc AD Users and … Continue reading

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Is the server I am working on a virtual or physical server?

An easy way to establish if the server you are working on is a vmware virtual server or you wish to return the model if it is a physical server is by using the command line. Open up a cmd prompt and enter:- … Continue reading

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Using MOMAgent.msi to deploy agent from command line

The following examples show different ways in which you can use the MOMAgent command. You can use this command to perform new installations of agents, upgrade agents from previous releases of Operations Manager 2007, or change the configuration of an … Continue reading

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