In part 1 and part 2 we installed the emulator and the UCS management pack. At this moment we are able to explore the huge amount of information we get out of UCS.
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 […]
Did you know that the SCOM console has also parameters you can add? Well it is nothing new because they were also available in SCOM 2007 R2 but I think it is also worth a post to show how it works and how to get the necessary information. In SCOM 2012 the executable which is […]