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3 days ago Commented If you log those values from $vdn2,3,4 to a file or eventlog when the script runs from scom you can see if scom is successfull with picking up the values from the excelfile or if it fails there. I'm not sure how you can show the content of system._comobject from powershell. If it was vb you could run $x.return($propertybag) the get the xml. But that does not work in powershell.
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4 days ago Selected answer Can’t create Web App availability monitor
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4 days ago Commented If you run the script manually does it pick up the values from the excel file? One guess is that the monitoring account does not have permissions to open the Excelfile. Could you setup so that the monitor logs out the values it picks up from the excel file. Try running procmon when the script runs to see if you run into any access denied or file not found.
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