Have you ever tried to access a network device respectively network device properties in SCOM using PowerShell? Let’s say you want to access the network device’s IP address, vendor or description for using in a script? Well, I am sure you will run into a problem which you probably don’t expect. You might think, easy, […]
If you want to know how much space your OperationsManger database is using you could run a SQL Report. Because it is a feature from SQL Server 2008 R2 it’s easily overseen I just want to show an example.
SCOM 2012 – Get Alerts From SCOM Group Showing Alert Source Information (Management Pack, Object Path, Monitor / Rule Name etc.)
Well I don’t know why, but I got stuck again to PowerShell. It seams that this language solves many problems in a SCOM operator’s daily work. I had recently the need for having enriched alert information depending on a certain amount of computers in SCOM. Sounds complicated? Well, I’ll explain it a bit more. I […]