Expit EnSight is an advanced analytics and dashboards platform for Microsoft System Center Service Manager 2012 that enables service managers to view, analyze, report on all work items, workloads, workflows, through a single console. Expit EnSight for Service Manager 2012 provides a comprehensive view for events in Service Manager tailored for IT managers and NOC facilities. Using EnSight, users can easily […]
Updated Visio Stencil for SCOM 2012.
Hello. I often use MPViewer to quickly explore the management packs. I have long lacked features save MP to XML. So I decided to slightly modify this utility (using ILSpy and OpsMgr SDK).
For all of you who have been looking for virtualization/hyper-v stencil, I’ve posted a new stencil I made. If you have suggestions for new icons, let me know and I’ll see what I can do.
This document contains a conveniently formatted source of command line syntax for Windows Server 2008 Core, and includes both RTM and R2 commands. It started out as a convenient source for my own reference, but after sharing with a few colleagues, they suggested I share.In any event, it makes for a handy offline reference if […]
I know some of you have used earlier version of this and this post is to let you know there is an update for my Agent Maintenance Mode solution. It allows you to start Maintenance Mode from an monitored server using just a vbscript. Using this requires absolutely no permissions in Operations Manager. The MaintMode.vbs […]
David Wallis of the U.K (www.wallis2000.co.uk) has written an application, called the SCOM Email Service, that allows Operations Manager 2007 administrators to acknowledge and resolve alerts via email.
By OpsMgr Team, The following tool uses a combination of a command notification channel and a command line tool to update the alert history of any alert that meets the subscription criteria. All you need to do is make sure this command notification is a part of the subscription and configure your notification run as account and profile. Please click […]
This gadget makes it easier to find help for Microsoft System Center products because it uses Live Search macros to search specific sites instead of the entire web