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13-troubleshooting-scom-agents In this video I show you how you can set the Remotely Manageable flag on your agents to yes in the SQL Database.
I also show you how to enable Agent Proxying for all agents but also how to configure SCOM so that all future agents you install also have the Agent Proxying feature turned on.
The only client requirements relate to the actual BIOS update file. If you are ready to get your BIOS updates under control, keep reading! In the past, we’ve covered creating a central Group Policy store and a central hardware/drive store. Before getting started, you will need a list of every model that you support.
If you don’t have a list, you can use Active Directory to inventory this type of information.
Updating BIOS versions is best done while the machine is imaging.
Fortunately for us, the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) provides a built-in mechanism for updating BIOS versions.
Read more In the previous video I ended with a short lecture on why it’s so important that you ensure that your agents work properly…in this video I pretty much start with the same lecture (haha).
After that we begin to see how we can troubleshoot SCOM Agents.
So for example rather than outputting the severity as a 0, 1 or 2…it outputs the english word, Informational, Warning or Critical. Just a bit easier to read than working out if a 0 or a 1 is a monitor or rule.Ensure that the folder name exactly matches the reported model. When querying with WMI, the model is actually Latitude E5430 non-v Pro.You can double check any model by running Now for the tedious work.If you do write your hardware models to Active Directory, you can use this command to retrieve them: Now, navigate to your MDT Deployment Share and open up the Applications folder.Create a new folder named BIOS Updates (or something similar).