Microsoft has published some great collection of self-study material about System Center and of course System Center Operations Manager 2012. I highly recommend to visit their website if you want to learn more about SCOM 2012. You can get to this fabulous place here.
Recently while building some serious SMA runbooks I bumped in an issue. We usually develop the SMA runbooks in different editors like PowerShell ISE / SMA GUI / Notepad++ and keep them saved in TFS online, which we managed through Visual Studio. After we finished developing the runbook, which would update the runbook activity in […]
In this post I would like to show how to interact with Service Manager objects to get information from SNMP devices and put data back into Service Manager. A customer needed a solution to get serial numbers from different network devices into his Service Manager form to have the most valuable data available for those […]