Again one week later, it is time for “Friday Rules”. I can imagine you have been using this rule a lot, so I tried to add some additional information e.g. how you can create custom event logs and events using PowerShell and of how to spice up your alert names. I hope you will enjoy. If you have any suggestions, let me know.
SCOM 2016 – System.Data.SqlClient. SqlException, Exception Error Code: 0x80131904 Login failed for user
Sometimes there are things you won’t understand. I tried to install a new SCOM 2016 management server in a virgin Azure VM (Windows Server 2016). The necessary SQL Server 2016 was placed on another Azure VM (Windows Server 2016). Well this is nothing special and I have installed SCOM a gazillion times, BUT now I […]
Microsoft announced few month ago SCOM 2012 R2 offers support for SQL Server 2014… And if we go to the TechNet article it also clearly says, SCOM 2012 R2 is supported on SQL Server 2014 here described… There is even a perfect table which explains everything clearly… From my point of view, this let’s us […]
My colleague and I have been developing runbooks for the past couple of month for automating business services. During this time we have written close to two hundred runbooks. Key application in triggering the runbooks is System Center Service Manager (SCSM) in conjunction with Cireson’s SMA Connector. This works great up to the past month […]