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, […]
Microsoft just released the new Operations Manager 2012 Sizing Helper Tool. There was a similar Tool (basically it is an Excel sheet) for SCOM 2007 R2. But now there is also some guidance on Best Practices Disk Configuration, SQL Temp DB, High Availability and Network Monitoring. This tool can be found here .
As I already have learned in many ways – Don’t assume anything, proof it! Another rule is – What you see is not always what you get. With those two quotes in mind we have to start troubleshooting in IT. Today I spent quite some time troubleshooting an SCOM SP1 upgrade installation. I wanted to […]