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.
I am not sure if you have seen it, but Richard Warren from nccgroup has figured out, how to decrypt the RunAs account credentials in SCOM. The problem up to now was, that there was no official way to retrieve the encrypted credentials from SCOM. There is just one DLL to use, which offers the […]
If you are in the SCOM console and you choose a performance view, you are able to select “Rotate Chart”…. …this will give you a kind of 3D view of your chart. Well, yes it does something, and you can do something with it, but in my opinion it is useless. Because you can move […]
I like to automate things, creating batches and scripts. Well at least I like to create them myself and then I know what they do. In a small project I needed to install SCOM 2012 SP1 to show Agentless Exception Monitoring. Because larger environment need a managed way to install IT systems identically they often […]