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I see the following alerts in SCOM 2012 SP1 , they keep coming 100's of times

Test-SystemHealth did not run successfully

Unable to execute Test-SystemHealth cmdlet. An error occurred while running the test. The computer may be out of memory, or the XML files have been modified.
Parameter name: ConfigurationFileLocation

Exchange 2007 Test Replication Health Alert

Unable to execute Test-ReplicationHealth cmdlet. Object reference not set to an instance of an object



Can i get some advice on what i should check
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Why don't you try it manually. Login to the server, open EMS and run this command. You can find if everything is working fine or not. Check the app logs too.
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It seems that there is some issue with the CCR cluster.
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