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I have two Management Servers, one of them is Root Management Server and the other is Site Management Server.
I have an alert about the site management server. The Alert is:
"Agent proxying needs to be enabled for a health service to submit discovery data about other computers"
In the knowledge base of the SCOM itself, it's mentioned that I should enable proxying, but that is specifically for Agent Managed, not the Management Servers. However, I did enable proxying on this management server, but the alert is still appearing.
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here is a step by step guide on how to determined which agent needs to be proxy enabled.
http://systemcenterinfo.blogspot.com/2008/06/scom-alert-agent-proxying-needs-to-be.html
The alert doesn't state the actual name of the system you need to enable proxy on. but the Management server noticed the alert for another system that's why it looks like the management server need proxing enabled.
Regards,
Walter
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sorry for being late because  i was on vacation
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