Event 34001, OpsMgr SDK Service

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  • #230134
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    After some help to stop these Warning 34001 Events on our SCOM RMS Server. I have searched online but cannot find anything.

    The event description has a line reference that states “The connection to Port: 0 of Hostname: AKLXXXXXX failed.”

    The hostname belongs to an old domain control server that was decommissioned some time ago. Even though this server was no longer in Agents Managed it still appeared under the Windows Computers view in the SCOM console. We therefore followed a SQL script to delete this orphaned account out of SCOM altogether. This worked successfully. However we still get these Event 34001 events which reference this non existed server.

    Any ideas? Screenshots attached too for reference

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    #230150

    Hi,
    because you are mentoning an RMS server I would asume you have SCOM 2007 R2? Is that correct?
    If so, please try executing
    Remove-DisabledMonitoringObject

    to see if this has any influence on the behavior.
    If you have SCOM 2012 and newer, then you have to go for:

    Remove-SCOMDisabledClassInstance

    Post back with the outcome, please.
    Regards,

    #230151
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    Thanks, unfortunately its been an hour or so since I ran the Remove-SCOMDisabledClassInstance command but we still receive the 34001 events 🙁

    We are on SCOM 2012 R2. Will monitor it for the next day or so, maybe it take a while post running the command

     

    #230162

    Hi again,
    one more thing: If you see the domain controller under Widndows Computers then it could be due to the fact that there is still an discovery associated with it.
    You can use the query from this thread (Kevin Holman posted it) to check whther this is the case:

    SCOM R2 agent removed but stays in Computer field under monitoring

    It would be interesting if the query will return something indeed. Please try it and post back.

    Regards,
    Stoyan

    #230163
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    Unfortunately not, we already checked if there were any discoveries associated with this before we deleted it. We just run the query again on the Operations Manager DB to confirm.

     

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