troubleshooting Question

how to change SCOM Alerts threshold?

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IndyrbFlag for United States of America asked on
Windows Server 2003Windows Server 2008Microsoft Server Apps
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Brand new to Scom and inherited implementation.
System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2

I just updated management packs and I am getting alerts all over the place.


1. I am struggling to figure out what management pack the alert was trigger in.

and a lot of the alerts are timeout... so I am curious how I can easily change the timeout value.

This is just one example -- how can I change the timeout value from 300 to lets say 900 for all servers.
Only override I see is disable.
There are other management packs I want to change too.

Description:
Forced to terminate the following PowerShell script because it ran past the configured timeout 300 seconds.



Script Name: CheckMaxConcurrentAPI.ps1


One or more workflows were affected by this.


Workflow name: Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.MaxConcurrentAPI.Monitor

Instance name: Microsoftr Windows Serverr 2008 Enterprise


Forced to terminate the following process started at 2:12:28 PM because it ran past the configured timeout 300 seconds.


Command executed: "C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe" /c wmiadap.exe /F
Working Directory:


One or more workflows were affected by this.
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