To detect a missing event, you must create a missing event
rule. A missing event rule is a type of event processing rule
that identifies an event that should occur at a specified time. If
the event does not occur, it is considered "missing" and you can
define an alert or responses to occur.
To create a missing event rule:
Expand Microsoft Operations Manager (default) in the
Expand Rules in the left pane.
Expand Processing Rule Groups in the left pane.
Expand the processing rule group to which you want to add the
new missing event rule. For information about creating a processing
rule group, see Creating a
Processing Rule Group.
Click Event Processing Rules in the left pane.
Click Action on the menu bar.
Click Detect Missing Event on the Action
Follow the instructions until you have completed creating the
missing event rule. For more information about the fields on a
window, click Help.