SCOM 2016 – Preview 1711 What’s new?
You might have heard that Microsoft is switching to a semi-annual channel for Windows Server and System Center. If you have no clue what this is or what it means then read this post from June 2017. In short, it means that every half year, Microsoft will release new updates for your System Center / […]
SCOM 2012 R2 – PowerShell To Determine Agent Required Disk Space
Do you use any of the System Center products which use an agent? SCOM is one of these products which needs to have an agent installed on the monitored systems. But do you know how much space an agent really uses? Why is this important? Well, let’s assume you have to monitor an older operating […]
SCOM 2012 – Linux Two-State Monitor with “Script in Script”
If you are a Windows guy and you haven’t touched Linux so far implementing SCOM will force you to get hands on *nix systems. Here I would like to provide a cool, little way how to overcome a limitation of the Unix/Linux Shell Command Two (or Three) State Monitor. This two state monitor allows you […]