Maybe you face a situation where you must install a SCOM agent on a Windows server core e.g. Hyper-V host. Let’s assume the server core is in a different forest and in the target forest you don’t have a gateway server in place. This means you have to get a certificate for each machine/agent and […]
In part 1 we installed LINUX and now it is time to get SCOM 2012 ready for LINUX monitoring. There are several steps we need to do: Set up a Resource Pool Import the management packs Setup name resolution Configure the RunAs accounts Assign the RunAs accounts to profiles.
There are sometimes alerts which might contain some strange id’s which are not as informational as you might would like have. One way to find out what is hiding behind this id is to use a SCOM Powershell command. As an example, today I received an alert that looked like this…