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how to change Disk threshold on SCOM 2012

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how to change Disk threshold on SCOM 2012

I have just installed SCOM 2012 recently, I keep getting a warning about disk space is at 50% . I want to view the setting of threshold on SCOM then change them for instance warning 80% and critical at 85%

Where can I do that ?

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While this article talks about scom 2007 I believe it will give you the base it of how to change and setup Disk monitors in SCOM 2012

http://blogs.technet.com/b/jonathanalmquist/archive/2009/04/04/logical-disk-free-space-monitor.aspx
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Thanks…I will check it later
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