Please dump all use of Silverlight. It crashes regularly on Macs when viewing the event listing. Thank you!
Really guys, Silverlight has no place in an enterprise-grade product. I thought this was supposed to be 100% HTML5?
Ron Pike commented
I am really liking the MOM Suite, but yes, get rid of Silverlight ASAP, thanks. (Speaking as a Chrome on Ubuntu workstation user).
The syncing of Configuration Assessment Alerts in SCOM can be disabled - http://blogs.technet.com/b/momteam/archive/2014/07/24/how-to-stop-the-receiving-of-advisor-alerts-in-operations-manager.aspx
Or - currently still thru the Silverlight screen 'Manage Rules' - you can turn off/ignore the 'similar' rules (i.e. all rules related to SQL, that are ALSO covered by 'SQL Assessment') in their old Configuration Assessment implementation.
Jeffrey Patton commented
I like the idea of re-tooling configuration assessment, but if you have no plans on rebuilding it, can you give us a way to clear out alerts that are extraneous? I'm running windows 10 with Silverlight and I can't get in because I need Silverlight.
Specifically I have 3 sql servers that i'm convinced are showing up with errors in scom because the config assessment in oms thinks I need to backup tempdb. i'd like to stop getting those but have no way of doing it, those errors don't show up in the sql assessment at all, which is why I think they're coming from configuration assessment.
Remove the Silverlight requirement so that we can use this application to the fullest on the Edge Browser application.
Hi roy -- thanks for the feedback.
Feedback on the process for creating virtual networks is best directed to the Networking forum:
Azure crashes constantly for us because of Silverlight (running Windows and through Internet Explorer) - creating a virtual network is almost impossible.