I do currently a lot of automation and today I had a need to change state of a service request. The service request itself was “Closed” and as you might know, you cannot change anything if the work item is set to “Closed”. Because I needed to trigger the runbook activities behind the service request […]
About 1 month after RTM SCOM 2012 receives its first update package. There is a detailed update description and a list with fixed issues. Also the update process is far more easier than we are used to good old times. You can find the KB article here and download here.
In one of my automation tasks I had the need to create a credential object with a $null password – an empty / NULL password. One easy way to do is, create just instantiate a new secure string object using the new() constructor from the .Net class like this: or using New-Object cmdlet like this […]