I’m working in a SCOM system were we are keeping Admins to a minimum. This causes a some additional work when it comes to overrides management.
We have a lot of servers with IIS and many server admins are reluctant in removing stopped sites. Don’t ask me why, I personally don’t see the problem.
Anyway, I would like to be able to just add the server and the IIS site name to a list and then have SCOM discover those sites and add them to a group at which an override is targeted.
I have found similar setups with this for “only” computers, but I can’t really figure out how to do this for class instances hosted on a server.
I would suggest checking out this blog on how to create a group that will ignore “default application pools” and a group for “default web applications”.
This should help you start the journey. If you have more specific questions please feel free to ask them here.
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