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27 Aug, 2020 Commented Awesome, thanks!
11 Aug, 2020 Commented Sorry, but looks like the images were stripped out? I don't see any image in your reply there. From what I know, the agent health is determined by the health service watcher object, which has a separate class. The server view in SCOM or the SquaredUp dashboard could be scoped to the OS class, which is why it's not dependent on the agent health. Though I'll be honest, it's just a speculation. But again, I do understand and agree there seems to be inconsistencies with the health states. When you say applications, do you mean the SCOM DAs or SquaredUp EAs?
11 Aug, 2020 Commented You are right, the default monitors are scoped to another classes. You will have to write your own for that set of servers. If you use SquaredUp, there's a Monitor status tile that may help you show health of individual monitors in a Matrix format. The health of object would depend on any monitors scoped to it though, not only the ones listed.
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