SCOM: PowerShell tip: Set Resource Pool Automatic members

  Today I ran into a situation where I had to test an advanced notification setup to send alerts to another helpdesk system. The notification channel activated a PowerShell script with parameters out of the alert to send data to the other system. After creating the notification channel there was no way to check whether the server I already configured was functioning correctly. My 2 management servers were automatically part of the Notifications resource pool thus making it not possible to force my testing through my configured management server. These are the steps to troubleshoot the notifications on 1 management server and rectifying the situation again after testing and configuring both management servers: These are my resource pool: Notice the difference in Icon for an automatic and manually populated resource pool. Right click the notifications Resource Pool and select manual membership. An automatic properties dialog will pop up...
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