How to Install SCOM Agent on an Un-trusted machine
In order for SCOM to communicate with an un-trusted machine like in a WorkGroup / DMZ / different forest, you will have to import a certificate so that SCOM will trust the foreign machine and will be able to communicate with it. The most common example is a SCOM Gateway. This topic is a bit complicated but if you use a guide like this you should be OK.
I added the files that you will need as well so you dont have to copy-paste it. Additional files: REQconfig.inf, certreq
First thing you will need is an inf file that contains the request.
Memory leak – when the Available MegaBytes (memory\% available Mbytes) for the system has exceeded the threshold, system performance may be significantly diminish, this results in low OS and applications performance. End users will usually complain about slow computer performance and you probably get a help-desk call like: ‘My computer is running slow’, or server is running slow.
Memory leaks can be caused by:
Too many applications running simultaneously on the computer.
An application may be leaking memory over time.
To view the history for the memory\% available Mbytes, start memory available Mbytes in performance monitor or event task manager\performance.