EventID 28001 and 29112 on SCOM 2012 Management Server after Operational Database Move

Recently I’ve moved databases for my lab SCOM 2012 management group to a new SQL 2012 server as part of of my RTM to SP1 migration. I followed the How to Move the Operational Database guide from TechNet. After the migration, I have noticed that on one of my management servers, I kept getting a warning event 28001 and an error event 29112 every couple of minutes in the OperationsManager event log. Event 28001: The Root connector received an exception from the Config Service on StateSyncRequest: System.Runtime.Remoting.RemotingException: Failed to connect to an IPC Port: The system cannot find the file

Using SCOM to Automatically Stop MOM Agent Service

I’m currently working on a MOM 2005-to-SCOM 2007 migration project for a client. after months of work, we are finally ready to stop MOM service. We created a new GPO to set MOM service (MOM agent) to “Disabled” and linked to the top of the domain. we also wanted to make sure all MOM service are actually STOPPED on domain member servers AS WELL AS standalone SCOM agents. Traditionally, I’d create a package in SMS/SCCM with a script that firstly detect if SCOM agent service (HealthService) is running, and secondly, if so, stop MOM service. However, this particular client I’m currently

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