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Welcome to contoso.se! My name is Anders Bengtsson and this is my blog about Azure infrastructure and system management. I am a senior engineer in the FastTrack for Azure team, part of Azure Engineering, at Microsoft.  Contoso.se has two main purposes, first as a platform to share information with the community and the second as a notebook for myself.

Everything you read here is my own personal opinion and any code is provided "AS-IS" with no warranties.

Anders Bengtsson

MVP
MVP awarded 2007,2008,2009,2010

My Books
Service Manager Unleashed
Service Manager Unleashed
Orchestrator Unleashed
Orchestrator 2012 Unleashed
OMS
Inside the Microsoft Operations Management Suite

Monitor ID

You sometimes gets something like this in for example an alert

Affected monitor ID: AE311D41-D0C4-31B3-B2A1-E503E7226F42 Instance ID: 54321668-EFFA-411D-A511-3C6D9E119294 Management Group ID: 17F3B66F-8597-7BB1-35EE-F382AAF6B299

You then want to know the name of the monitor. Unfortunately the built-in advanced search tool in the console dont support searching on Monitor ID.  But you can run this SQL query in your OperationsManager database, it will give you bot monitor name and managementpack

SELECT Monitor.MonitorName, ManagementPack.MPName FROM Monitor INNER JOIN ManagementPack ON Monitor.ManagementPackID = ManagementPAck.ManagementPackID WHERE MonitorID = ‘X’

Replace X with the Monitor ID.