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SCOM Command to see which agents are proxy enabled

By |2017-12-08T16:57:08+00:00July 8th, 2011|Azure, Cloud, Windows|0 Comments

Just a quick useful command to find out which SCOM agents in your environment are proxy enabled.

If you run the following command in SCOM PowerShell.

get-agent | fl Displayname ,Proxyingenabled

This will give you an output like below.

DisplayName     : Servername.domain.com
ProxyingEnabled : False

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