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I'm running SCOM 2007 R2. I get alerts for everything which is fine but I was wondering how I can configure the alerts so our DBA can only receive SQL alerts and nothing else? I also want to still receive the SQL alerts.

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In Administration->Notifications create a new subscription go thru criteria and find anything  to do with SQL (in raised by any instance of a specific class) and check the boxes for them (SQL Agent, database, etc. etc.)
In subscribers enter the DBA.
This will get them all of the SQL related alerts.
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Thanks! I didn't realize it was that easy.
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