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08 Mar, 2017 Up vote answer SquaredUpV3 VADA Manual entries
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07 Mar, 2017 Commented For some reason this didn't work for me. All I wanted to do was manually add extra Windows Computers into a topology dashboard that VADA had discovered. Here are the steps I used: 1) I used VADA to build as much of the application as I could. 2) Saved the topology as a dashboard. Then saved it as a Distributed Application (DA) Management Pack(MP). 3) Imported the MP into SCOM 2012 R2. 4) Edited the DA and inserted the missing servers into the component group that contained the servers built in VADA. The missing servers are the same object type (Windows Computer) as those built by VADA. 5) Saved the DA. Waited .... and waited some more... but the new servers did not appear back in the Topology Dashboard.
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