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    Wayne commented  · 

    Please remove RC4 dependency. It should be able use whatever is the highest available encryption.

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    Can we have another column in every view, table, or list that indicates who made changes and when?

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    There should be a log of every changes made by who, when, where, before and after changes.

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    Please support this. Thank you.

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    SCOM support Kerberos Auth now! @ https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/system-center/scom/manage-linux-kerberos-auth?view=sc-om-1801. If this is needed for an older version, I think you have to unseal the unix/Linux library management pack to override basic auth with Kerberos authentication.
    As for self-signed certificates - no longer an issue. You should be able to replace self-generated certificates with your own internal signed certificates. - https://operatingquadrant.com/2011/11/23/operations-manager-unixlinux-agent-certificates-and-using-a-pki/

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    Wayne commented  · 

    What's Stunnell?

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    Wayne commented  · 

    I may have found a way around the builtin SCOM web application monitor by using URLgenie : https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/tysonpaul/2015/05/04/urlgenie-management-pack-for-scom-an-easy-powerful-solution-for-bulk-website-monitoring/ by @Tyson.paul. I think the System Center team should consider making this an official part of OpsMgr since it is much more flexible than the builtin synthetic transactions.

    I hope this can also monitor certificate expirations by checking the website certificates too.

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