I don’t like to clean up very much, but there are certain cases where it really makes fun to clean up. Especially if there a Non-Microsoft product, Powershell and SCOM involved. In my case a customer decided to replace his Nagios system through SCOM 2012. Cool!!! Because Nagios also uses an agent for monitoring, one […]
As soon you are implementing SCOM, you are faced with grouping your servers. Either you use the groups for views, overrides or just in subscriptions. Which ever might be your reason to group your windows computers, you will need to group your windows computer objects dynamically. One option which I recommend is grouping the objects […]
As promised here another short video from my “Friday Rules” series on creating SCOM monitoring rules. This time I will show you, how you can monitor the creation of local groups on your server using the WMI Event (Alert) rule. Have fun!