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SCOM Agent failover

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Hi,

Is there any way to set failover for each agent to a specific management server?

Our setup:
Network A: RMS-01, MS-01
Network B: MS-02
Network C: MS-03

Currently all agents in Network A have MS-01 as Primary Management Server, all agents in B MS-02, and C MS-03. All agents have RMS + all other MS as failover servers.

Network A is separated from B and C by a firewall, only allowing the MS to talk across the firewall.

We would like to have all agents in Network A to failover to RMS-01.
All Network B agents, failover to MS-03
All Network C agents, failover to MS-02

We would like to accomplish this with powershell, but I don't see how to do it, any ideas?
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