SPN Registration and SQL monitoring using SCOM

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  • I stopped reading once I saw "Kerberos" 😀

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  • I had to answer this just to join the discussions (I got it wrong)

    Is this the most specific question ever? 🙂

    How many people know (or use) Kerberos, AD and SCOM?

    Anyway thanks for the info!

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  • george sibbald (4/12/2016)


    I had to answer this just to join the discussions (I got it wrong)

    It was certainly specific. I guessed.

  • Ed Wagner (4/13/2016)


    george sibbald (4/12/2016)


    I had to answer this just to join the discussions (I got it wrong)

    It was certainly specific. I guessed.

    were you one of the 28% (at time of writing) correct guessers? 🙂

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  • All a bit confusing to me.

  • I looked at this and hadn't a clue what the right answer was. But after reading the options my gut feel was that most of the answers seemed too simple to be correct, and since an account name longer than 20 characters results in a misplaced SPN it seemed obvious that the correct answer has to include adopting a shorter name. Lucky guess :-).

    Tom

  • Ed Wagner (4/13/2016)


    george sibbald (4/12/2016)


    I had to answer this just to join the discussions (I got it wrong)

    It was certainly specific. I guessed.

    +1. Very specific question. I also think it contains some very useful information.

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    Ed Wagner (4/13/2016)


    george sibbald (4/12/2016)


    I had to answer this just to join the discussions (I got it wrong)

    It was certainly specific. I guessed.

    +1. Very specific question. I also think it contains some very useful information.

    agreed, the 20 character truncation issue actually cropped up at work last week! Brownie points for me!

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