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Is there a way to remove an offline database from the alarms. The server's health is critical due to a database being offline. I would like to remove the database from being monitored.
Arun (Guest) 1422 - days ago 
@brian To remove a database that is offline from the Health check of a server, go to the SQL Server Details page and in the Overview tab click on "Configure Alarms" link below Today's Availability pie chart -> In the Configure Alarms screen select Attribute as Health ( will be selected by default ) and then select the "Show Advanced Options" check box -> scroll down to Configure dependencies table -> select the databases ( present under Selected dependent attributes table ) for which you do not require alarms and move them from Selected dependent attributes table to List of dependent attributes table and then Save the configuration. The alert for the databases will be removed after the next polling.
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