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    Pascal Vedieu commented  · 

    Even better: When one imports a sealed MP, then a auto Override MP is created (with the option to manage the naming convention). Make the override dependant on the sealed

    Then, step 2 when doing an override, show only the overrides MPs that are dependant to the object (monitor, rule, discovery,etc) that is being modified with an option to show all.

    Third, allow option to delete MPs with dependencies.

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    Pascal Vedieu commented  · 

    Actually this is in the MP code. Most of them are still 2007 only when 2012 has a Condition Detection of System.ExpressionFilter.IntervalSuppression which allows for multiple consecutive (or non consecutive) events to occur before triggering.

    Unfortunately, this is in the XML which is usually sealed so I usually end-up re-writing 3rd Party MPs :(

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    Pascal Vedieu commented  · 

    Actually no, DO allow the Management Servers to be put in Maintenance Mode, but have it actually work the way it does for the other components (eg: actually stop MM when the timer comes down to 0).

    Even better, putting the MS in MM in a distributed environment should automatically failover the clients to other MS server

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