I am a big fan of Azure Monitor and Azure in general. What I like is the service offers, the flexibility, standards and the chance that you can build basically anything you want – the limit is your imagination. In terms of flexibility I have a nice example which was bothering me for some time. […]
Microsoft announced few month ago SCOM 2012 R2 offers support for SQL Server 2014… And if we go to the TechNet article it also clearly says, SCOM 2012 R2 is supported on SQL Server 2014 here described… There is even a perfect table which explains everything clearly… From my point of view, this let’s us […]
Quick Post – Import-SCOMManagementPack : The requested management pack is not valid. See inner exception for details.
I have seen in the forum there are some difficulties using the Import-SCOMManagementPack cmdlet for SCOM 2012. Some time ago I wrote a post about how to import multiple MPs using Import-SCOMManagementPack. If you try to import just one MP you might get a meaningless error in PowerShell like this…