MOM Alert

I am receiving an alert from MOM for one of my AD controllers:
AD Op Master Response Monitor
Context:
Property Name: Property Value
State: BAD
EventID: 18911
I have been unsuccessful in finding anything regarding fixing this.
Thanks for any help!
XLA1234Asked:
Who is Participating?
 
XLA1234Author Commented:
i continued looking and found that I may need to do the following:
Install the helper object OOMADs.msi. This can be found in 1 of 2 places.
First, look in the install directory of OpsMgr on the server with the issue – typically that would be C:\Program Files\System Center Operations Manager 2007\HelperObjects

If it’s not there, then you can also find it on the install media under \HelperObjects\<ARCH> (Where arch is amd64, i386 or ia64).
Restart your agent, and it should clean itself up.

I did the following - will close topic if it works
0
 
e_aravindCommented:
on the ad-server, do you see any events? issues?

if not, should we safely ignore the MOM alert?
0
 
XLA1234Author Commented:
I need to get it out of the warning state to be in compliance with our OPS agreement.  I see a ton of identical events under Event Viewer>Operations Manager:
Source: Health Service Script
EventID: 1
Description: AD Op Master Response: The script 'AD Op Master Response' failed to create object 'McActiveDir.ActiveDirectory'.  This is an unexpected error.  The error returned was 'ActiveX component can't create object' (0x1AD)
0
Network Scalability - Handle Complex Environments

Monitor your entire network from a single platform. Free 30 Day Trial Now!

 
XLA1234Author Commented:
That fixed it - closing thread
0
 
XLA1234Author Commented:
found the solution via google
0
 
XLA1234Author Commented:
found solution via google
0
 
XLA1234Author Commented:
found the solution via google
0
Question has a verified solution.

Are you are experiencing a similar issue? Get a personalized answer when you ask a related question.

Have a better answer? Share it in a comment.

All Courses

From novice to tech pro — start learning today.