This blog has been up and running for a couple of years now. I mainly blog about System Center and OMS. During my daily work, I am using PowerShell a lot and sometimes I am able to figure out some cool stuff or would like to share some challenges I faced. In my opinion is this blog, http://stefanroth.net, the wrong place for sharing PowerShell-only information and therefore I created another blog http://HellShell.com . As I mentioned I will write about PowerShell only, nothing else. If you are interested please follow my new blog and also on Twitter @hellshell_com. Currently there are only few posts published, but it will grow in the near future. I hope to provide you some additional help with my posts. If you have a some suggestions or comments please comment on this or the new blog.
The Operations Manager team released the Visio and SharePoint extensions for System Center Operations Manager 2012 which can be used to visualize the state of system in a dynamic diagram. These diagrams can be displayed either in Visio or SharePoint. I will test them soon… These extensions can be found here.
When writing scripts I like to use PowerShell ISE or VSCode a lot. It simplifies a lot of your daily scripting tasks like IntelliSense or Snippets. But sometimes these little helper don’t tell always the truth. Why? Well, I show you an example which is quite common. On problem there is if you are working […]
I bumped into an interesting problem while writing a custom PowerShell module. The module should compare the management packs from a SCOM management group and some local repository. If the local repository has a higher version number than the currently installed management pack, the script should import the management pack into SCOM. This post should […]