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Not able to Evaluate policies on Multiple servers PBM SQL 2008


Not able to Evaluate policies on Multiple servers PBM SQL 2008

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Jayakumar Krishnan
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Im trying to evaluate policies on multiple instances but I'm keep getting "No targets found" message. In my Serverlist condition, selected the following.

Facet: Server
Condition: @InstanceName ='InstanceName1'
OR
@InstanceName ='InstanceName2'

Am i doing right? anybody alreay worked on this? Please help me out.

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Possible Errors

* No targets found
The target set could be empty due to any of the following reasons:
o There are no targets on the instance of SQL Server of the type specified by the policy.
o The server restriction might exclude the instance of SQL Server that contains the target.
o If the policy is on an object in a database (for example a table, view, or user) the database might not subscribe to the category of the policy.
o The target-set filter might exclude all targets on this instance of SQL Server.
o The target server type is different from the server type on which the policy is evaluated. For example, in the Database Engine, if you try to evaluate a policy that has been created for Analysis Services, you will receive an empty target set


See the MS link:
Evaluate Policies

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Jayakumar Krishnan
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Thanks for your tip Muthu.

I'm able to evaluate the policy on multiple instances through registered servers group. Also I'm looking for the purpose of Server facet on Server Restriction column.

If anybody worked or have examples please update me.

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