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Disable WMI Email Alerts on Server 2003

Posted on 2009-04-08
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As of about a week ago we started getting emails from WMI@SERVERNAME.COM showing information regarding Memory, Hard Drive, CPU, and other hardware on the server.

I am not sure how this was set up or where it came from, but I would like to disable it.  I have looked everywhere and cannot find where it could be.

Any help?
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Question by:rcooper83
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Do you have an Exchange server, it maybe coming from there, see:
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Status-Monitoring.html
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