Expiration Check of Certificate Used for Authentication Monitor

  • ID:  Microsoft.SystemCenter.HealthService.CommunicationCertificateExpirationCheck
  • Description:  This monitor checks the status of the certificate used for authentication and sends an alert when the certificate is about to expire.
  • Target:  Health Service
  • Enabled:  Yes

Operational States

Name State Description
Certificate is expiring soon. Warning  
Certificate is not expiring soon, or is not installed. Success  

Alert Details

Monitor State Message Priority Severity Auto Resolution
Certificate is expiring soon. (Warning) System Center Management Health Service Authentication Certificate Expiration High Critical Yes

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Summary

The certificate used for authentication is about to expire. This certificate is used for certificate-based authentication from this System Center Management Health Service to other System Center Management Health Services.

This is the same certificate that was imported using the MOMCertImport.exe utility.

Once the certificate expires, the agent or management server will not be able to communicate with or report data to the management group.

Causes

The certificate is about to expire. After it has expired, the System Center Management Health Service will be unable to authenticate to other System Center Management Health Services.

Resolutions

Obtain a new certificate and import it using the MOMCertImport.exe utility.

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