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Posted on 2014-03-12
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Hi Guys,

I have created a new folder under the VMs and template on my vpshere client.

I have added virtual machines to that folder, I then right clicked the folder and disabled the alarms, are all alarms now disabled for all VM's on this folder. If I create a new alarm on the folder and enable it will it apply to all VMs in that folder?

Thank you in advance.

Regards,
k
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Yes when you right-click a folder and choose "Disable Alarm Actions" Then all the alarm actions on that folder will be disabled.
Mostly including the new one you create because you are not just disabling alarms but you are disabling the action of triggering the alarm.
Instead disable the alarms one by one and enable/add the one you require. That is a better option.
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I've found the answer, we have the nworks management pack for SCOM 2012.
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Its not even related to network. Your question is generic functionality of alarms. You need to specifically ask for network functionality to get an answer on that.
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sorry mate.
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