InfoButtonHere’s another cool article by Microsoft’s own Jeanie Decker that I found over in our TechNet Wiki.  This one goes over some examples of dynamic  groups in System Center Operations Manager. 

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In Operations Manager, groups are logical collections of objects, such as Windows-based computers, hard disks, or instances of Microsoft SQL Server. Groups are populated by explicitly adding objects to the group or dynamically according to criteria you set. For more information on the use of groups, see Creating and Managing Groups in the Operations Guide.

This article provides example of group definitions. The examples describe the items to select in the Query Builder and the resulting formula…

You can read Jeanie’s entire article here.

J.C. Hornbeck | System Center & Security Knowledge Engineer

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