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Rollup 3 for System Center 2012 SP1 Released

July 25, 2013

Rollup 3 for System Center 2012 has been released. More information and the downloads can be found here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2836751 For Operations Manager the following issues has been fixed (taken directly form the website):

Operations Manager Update (KB2852565)

Issue 1

The Audit Collection Services (ACS) dtPrincipal tables sometimes are missing a user’s domain name.

Issue 2

If you decide to see more than two days’ worth of data in a Service Level Dashboard view, the data is displayed from the Daily Aggregated data and does not contain the last two days’ worth of data.

Issue 3

The Health Service stops collecting performance data on Windows Server 2008 R2.

Issue 4

The web console crashes when the Active Alerts view and the Windows Computer State view are accessed at the same time when Internet Explorer 9 is used.

Issue 5

A memory leak may occur in the console when the performance widgets dashboard is left open.

Issue 6

When the Operator role is used, many 26319 events are generated. This causes performance problems.

Issue 7

Health Service availability reports are incorrect because of duplicate entries in the HealthServiceOutage table.

Issue 8

When the Orchestrator Integration pack is under a high-load scenario, a software development kit (SDK) process deadlock may occur.

Issue 9

This update includes fixes to the following Advisor Connector issues:

  • Group opt-in
  • Microsoft System Center 2012 Operations Manager gateway and Microsoft monitoring
  • Windows PowerShell cmdlets
  • Health state
  • Microsoft Knowledge Base article links in Operations Manager console alerts
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