Operations Manager Failed to Access the Windows Event Log and management server is showing warning state

I am monitoring AD server from SCOM 2012 R2. My management server goes into waning state. When i run Health explorer then it come back in the healthy state but after some time it again goes into warning state. After seeing alert i found that a alert is coming
again and again i.e.  Operations Manager Failed to Access the Windows Event Log.The description of alert is mention below
The Windows Event Log Provider is still unable to open the DhcpAdminEvents event log on computer 'nc2vws12ad5.corp.nathcorp.com'.
The Provider has been unable to open the DhcpAdminEvents event log for 64080 seconds.
Most recent error details: The RPC server is unavailable.
Please suggest me how to resolve this so that my management server will again come back in healthy state.

Hi Abhishek,
As i mentioned earlier the Alert resolution says the same points.
Can you give details on the below ?
Is there really a log named "Dhcpadminevents" in the MS's Event viewer ?
Did you recently configure any new alert where you mentioned "Dhcpadminevents"
as a event log location ?
If yes then what is the target you selected for the rule / monitor there ?
Can you post the results for analysis ?

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