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How to generate an alert when a specific computer connects to the network

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We are trying to get an automated alert when a particular computer connects to the corporate network.  We have SCOM and SCCM in place and were wondering if there is a way to automate an alert to be generated and sent out when this particular computer connects to the corporate network.
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by:Abduljalil Abou Alzahab
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System Center Configuration Manager will not help to generate error when specific computer connect to network.
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TarekIsmail earned 500 total points
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OPSMgr 2007 can help , if you configure this using ping
check the link below
http://rburri.wordpress.com/2009/03/25/community-written-multi-host-ping-management-pack-v3/

you can configure to send mail in case connection status changed.
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Thanks for the link.  It's not as easy or straightforward as I thought it would be, but I believe this is more due to the general design and limitations of SCOM.
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