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11 Feb, 2019 Up vote answer Autoclosing rule alerts after 1 day.
13 Jun, 2018 Commented Did you check https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/system-center/system-center-2012-R2/hh268492(v=sc.12) Still valid with 1801, just adjust the paths. There's more than just the registry, some config files need to be updated as well. There's also a document above it with the info to do the same with the DB. I checked on my 1801s (which were upgrades), the xxxServerName just contain the servers FQDN (as I too am connecting the the default instances)
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05 Feb, 2018 Commented @Jelly It's a diagnostic task not a recovery task (captures more information instead of trying to fix the health). The downside I see is that the information from the diagnostic does not show in the alert (and of course in the notifications) @rtbywalski, what you need is a hybrid "Correlated Event" and "Performance Counter" or a Suppressor ConditionDetection Module. Depends on how the data is shown in the Performance Counter. I'd go more with the suppressor. If you probe every 30 seconds then you could put MatchCount=5 and SampleCount=20. You can read about it here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj129836.aspx If you're serious about doing any true MP Authoring (or what I said above is alien to you), I'd suggest going through the MP Authoring class found in MS Virtual Academy or (same content) here: https://channel9.msdn.com/Series/System-Center-2012-R2-Operations-Manager-Management-Packs?direction=asc HTH
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