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  • Scheduling Virtual Machine Shutdown/Startup in Microsoft Azure

    Those using Microsoft Azure to host virtual machines will be familiar with the fact that much of the monthly bill for Azure can be attributed to compute hours. Azure is especially useful for dev/test labs that can be quickly deployed and hosted without prior infrastructure. But especially in the case of dev/test, we likely don’t […]

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  • How to recover corrupted Hard Disk data?

    Hard Disk data loss is a major problem for all kind of user. Data recovery from damaged or crashed Windows is extremely easy. All you need is a good Windows data recovery tool. 1) Firstly, perform a low level cloning of your external hard drive to another external hard drive. 2) Secondly, unplug your original […]

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  • Host file entries might impact SCOM network discovery

    Hello As you know SCOM use the discovery.cnfg file to set the display name of systems during the discovery process. You can open the file from Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2012 R2\Operations Manager\Server\NetworkMonitoring\conf\discovery\Discovery.cnfg The user can choose one of the following methods to set the display name of systems. “AUTOASSIGNED”  The Display Name of a system is […]

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  • How to fix ‘Attached By’ issue in the #SCSM Problem form. Let’s find invisible attachers.

    Recently I’ve met on the TechNet Service Manager forum a request about an issue with ‘Attached By’ field in the SCSM Problem form. After you attach a file and then click on Apply or OK button in the SCSM Problem form, you cannot see who is attached the file. I’ve never put any attention for […]

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  • Configuring Azure Site Recovery plus Automation and Backup in #MSOMS

    At Microsoft Ignite there was lots of great stuff related to Microsoft technologies and some good stuff specific around Operations Manager. For Operations Manager related updates I would recommend the following sessions: Microsoft System Center Operations Manager: Monitoring is a modern world: Platform Vision & Strategy: What’s new in System Center for Management: […]

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