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SCOM 2007 erro

Posted on 2009-04-01
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Hi Folks,

I have recieved this SCOM 2007 alert. Does anyone know what it means?
My sql server is up and there does not seem to be any errors (event log, device manager) from it.


Event Severity: Critical
Event received: 01-Apr-2009, 16:27:22
Event description: The current system is no longer reachable from the central management server, hardware status polling has marked this system as not responding
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