Microsoft has published some great collection of self-study material about System Center and of course System Center Operations Manager 2012. I highly recommend to visit their website if you want to learn more about SCOM 2012. You can get to this fabulous place here.
There are sometimes alerts which might contain some strange id’s which are not as informational as you might would like have. One way to find out what is hiding behind this id is to use a SCOM Powershell command. As an example, today I received an alert that looked like this…
For my setup I used the Share Point Foundation 2010 on my System Center Service Manager 2012 management server where I also installed the self-service portal. The following pre-requisites are needed: The Operations Manager Web Console must be installed on a management server. The SharePoint farm must be running SharePoint Server 2010 Standard, SharePoint Server […]