I recently ran into an issue where one of my SCCM 2012 SP1 (Cu3) secondary sites that is hosted on a Hyper-V server had a corrupt management point after a power failure in the facility.
The SMS_MP_CONTROL_MANAGER showed the following errors when the site server came back online:
Since this site system is a Secondary Site I could not simply remove the role and re-add it (A management point is a requirement for a Secondary Site). I decided to try the following before delving into reinstalling the Secondary Site.
This is an HTTP based Management Point so I first flipped it to HTTPS, which triggers a reinstall of the MP:
As you might expect, this results in a failure since IIS is not configured to support SSL. This is fine as it is only a temporary measure.
I then flipped it BACK to HTTP, which once again triggers a reinstall of the MP:
My Management Point is now successfully reinstalled and no longer reporting errors.
Quick and painless! 🙂
Disclaimer: I have no idea if this is a “supported” process from Microsoft so you should research your issue thoroughly and contact MS Support if needed.