SCOM and Azure Stack

Mike Nelson 1 Reputation point MVP
2021-07-07T13:55:07.71+00:00

Hello,
Is it a supported configuration to have a SCOM management group that consists of one server in an AZ Stack environment and one server that is not? Is SCOM itself even supported to run on AZ Stack? We cannot find any online documentation that it is or it isn't.
We are having issues with credentials and authentication with an agentless Management Pack as it works on the non-AZ Stack instance, but it fails on the AZ Stack instance. The MP is running simple PowerShell commands using HTTPS on tcp443, which we have verified is open and communicating. The event logs on the AZ Stack instance indicate credential errors, while the non-AZ Stack instance does not.

Thanks!

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  1. CyrAz 5,181 Reputation points
    2021-07-07T15:47:29.117+00:00

    I don't believe there is any explicit list of (un)supported apps on azs hub, but I don't see why scom wouldn't work on it.
    And I definitely dont see how it could have an influence specifically on a simple powershell monitor...
    Are you able to run that powershell script manually from the azs scom server?

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