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Some alerts are generated by Operations Manager monitors, which monitor the health state of an object. Monitors typically raise an alert when the health of an object changes to critical or warning and automatically close the alert when the health returns to normal. Alerts raised by these monitors have the phrase 'auto closes' next to the alert status.
Closing these alert does not change the health of the object in Operations Manager. The object will still be shown as critical (red) or warning (amber) in Squared Up. Typically, instead of closing the alert the operator should consider fixing the underlying issue, tuning the monitor parameters or disabling the monitor.