SCOM 2012 – Find Proxy Enabled Agents Quickly

Well this is just a short post but I think it is very useful in a SCOM admins daily life. Some management packs require you to set the agent to proxy enable. It is this setting here…


Instead clicking on each agent’s properties you can query it using Powershell. Open the Powershell command window on your management server or some other system where you have the SCOM 2012 console installed and execute the following command…


I just have one agent and after enabling the proxy setting the value is true.


I know it is not rocket science but it is a very quick way to determine if an agent is proxy enabled or not especially if you have hundreds of agents deployed.



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