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  • Lee
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    slightly off topic but use [DateTime]::Now  its slightly faster than using Get-Date


    Lee
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    if you go to deployment manager on the runbook server you can push the IP’s out from there to your machine.

     

    personally i’ve not seen any issues but that’s not to say there isn’t any.

    in reply to: Orphaned Domain controllers in some views #229218

    Lee
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    in reply to: File System Management Pack #227875

    Lee
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    i dont have that partic mp installed, but under the override parameters are there any thresholds you can change for this setting?

    in reply to: Allowing User VPN access via Orchestrator Runbook #227271

    Lee
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    might be worth testing  a “template user” with it already ticked and using this as a base for the user creation

    in reply to: Allowing User VPN access via Orchestrator Runbook #227270

    Lee
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    Few ways I can think of without testing …

    1) you could control access through a policy and set up an ad group to control this, you could then add people to the group via orchestrator.

    2) and an activity in your runbook for a powershell script to update the property for dial in.

    in reply to: SCORCH without Service Manager #226164

    Lee
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    use sharepoint lists, what im doing here 🙂

    in reply to: Best way to track SCOM console usage? #224738

    Lee
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    have a look at event id 26328 on the ms servers perhaps with a collection event you can potentially do something with that?

    its not a true way to see actual console sessions but it may help you with some logging, powershell and orchestrator perhaps?

     

    in reply to: SCOM 2012: Scheduled reports stopped going out. #224421

    Lee
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    did you set the password to not expire as if he’s been left a while his account might have expired password

    in reply to: HOWTO: Get Alerts for specific computer groups within SCOM #223521

    Lee
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    its a bit more awkward for us that way due to a stupid naming convention on servers,  we use mostly dynamic members in computer groups based on AD OU, email subscriptions are then setup on a distribution group for those groups.

     

    with regards to orchestrator all that’s needed was to declare the variables coming from the run .net script and it goes to the distribution group based on variable name. This is ran on a check schedule / monitor schedule from a component runbook.

     

    its something we will end up streamlining and changing but as the teams are really split out its very difficult to get things changed without jumping through 9 million hoops!

    in reply to: HOWTO: Get Alerts for specific computer groups within SCOM #223439

    Lee
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    ([Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Common.TraversalDepth]::Recursive) that bit should be on same line as New-Variable -Name “Alerts$num“ -Value $Group.GetMonitoringAlerts

    in reply to: HOWTO: Get Alerts for specific computer groups within SCOM #223438

    Lee
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    ok so I cant up[load the powershell file so heres the code…

     

    #Connect to Operations Manager

    Import-Module OperationsManager

    New-SCOMManagementGroupConnection MANAGEMENTSERVERHERE

    #Import List of Servers

    $list = Get-Content C:\support\list.txt

    $num=1

    #Loop through each line of the csv file

    ForEach ($entry in $list){

    $Group = Get-SCOMGroup -displayname $entry

    New-Variable -Name “Alerts$num -Value $Group.GetMonitoringAlerts([Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Common.TraversalDepth]::Recursive)

    Select Name,Description,LastModified,RepeatCount

    $num++

    }

     

    in reply to: too high utilization CPU for process clussvc.exe #223409

    Lee
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    not sure if you spotted this in the cluster MP guide.. may be related .. may not be…

    This management pack supports monitoring of a maximum of 300 resource groups per monitored cluster. In Hyper-V clusters with more than 300 resource groups, it is strongly recommended that you also use the System Center Virtual Machine Manager Management Pack to complement the monitoring provided by the Windows Server Failover Cluster Management Pack.

    The management pack is configured to check the health of clustered resource groups every five minutes. During this time, the CPU will briefly spike while the management pack communicates with the Cluster service and calculates the health state of the monitored resource groups. The five minute polling interval can be changed for the Resource Group State monitor by using overrides, but an interval less than 60 seconds is not recommended, especially if you are monitoring many resource groups. In tests with 300 resource groups, CPU spikes that last for 2-3 seconds with an overall CPU utilization increase of less than 3% have been observed.

    Resource monitoring is disabled by default because appropriate monitoring is provided by resource group monitoring. Enabling resource monitoring may impact agent CPU utilization on the cluster if the total number of monitored resources and resource groups exceeds 300.


    Lee
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    exactly what it says the certificate is wrong, check the name of the cert, it may be a case that the cert needs the fqdn and the cert installed is only the netbiosname.

    in reply to: SCO Integration with LANDesk? #221725

    Lee
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    hi there please see the below links, they may help you in your quest 🙂

    To be able to review events happening within SCORCH:

    http://community.landesk.com/support/docs/DOC-31256

    To be able to send information to another web service:

    http://community.landesk.com/support/docs/DOC-31241

    Review the section on Linking to ‘Web Services’

    Both of the above reference LPM (LANDESK Process Manager) quite a lot but this does not have to be used unless you want to manipulate the data as part of the process.

    hope this helps 🙂

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