How to view the effective configuration of a monitored object
In System Center Operations Manager version 1807 and later, the Web console has been enhanced to allow an operator to view the monitoring details for a selected object and show all the rules and monitors that target it.
From the results, you are able to see the following details:
- Monitor/Rule name
- Target class
- Instance - the instance of the monitored object
- Type - Value is either Rule or Monitor
- Rule/Monitored enabled - Value is either True or False
- Generates alert - Value is either True or False
- Alert severity
- Alert priority
- Overridden - Value is True or False value indicating if an override is applied
Rules or monitors with an override applied can be expanded to review the default and modified setting.
How to launch effective configuration
From the Health State widget, select a monitored object in the table and the Monitored Object details page is shown. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and in the Effective Configuration pane, click on the refresh icon in the upper right-hand corner of the pane.
When the pane refreshes it returns all of the workflows that are running on the monitored object. The total number of rules and monitors is reflected in the upper left-hand corner of the pane.
All columns in the table support sorting and text entries will sort in alphabetical order and numbers will sort from smallest to largest (or vice versa). You can use the filter textbox when you want to search on a specific word, and the filter is case insensitive.
If a rule or monitor has an override applied, which is reflected by the workflow showing a value of True in the Overridden column, you can view the override values applied by clicking on the on the expand icon in the first column, and the row will expand to show the default settings and modified values for the rule or monitor.
Before making changes to the monitoring settings defined in an Operations Manager management pack, review How to Override a Rule or Monitor to understand how to configure the change.