Michiel Wouters replied to the topic SCOM 2012 – can I use SCOM as a centralized script executer in the forum Operations Manager4 2 years, 11 months ago
SCOM can do it, but it’s not design as a batch or scheduling system. You can also use SCCM or Orchestrator for this. There are products on the market that are specifically designed for scheduling.
In fact, you don’t even need an application for central execution as the native Task Scheduler in Windows also does the job.
So as Bjorn-Erik says, it…[Read more]
Michiel Wouters replied to the topic SCOM 2012: A 2 State Powershell Monitor that pings an array of computers in the forum Operations Manager4 2 years, 11 months ago
The elementary thing your missing here, is that you should not use these type of workloads on workflows like this.
A 2-state-monitor is designed to indicate an operational status of one managed entity. In this case you would target this monitor to a class which functions as a sort of polling/ping/watcher machine. Then still using a monitor is not…[Read more]
I fully support working with at least two environments. One for production and one for non-production.
But beware that when creating management pack content with the Management Pack Templates in the Console, this delivers some challenges when exporting and importing the management pack in your production environment.
Usually this requires so…[Read more]
We have build our own runbooks, based on the SOAP Web Services methods provided by ServiceNow. Personally I never have looked at the IP from Kelverion.
All you need is the WSDL, the SOAP Uri’s, methods and available ServiceNow tables.
Michiel Wouters replied to the topic 2-state script monitor not working-what am I doing wrong?!? in the forum Powershell 4 years ago
You probably used the standard Two-state scripting monitor which only supports VBScript.
To use Powershell, you have to write you own Powershell monitor type to accomplish the same result as with the default VBscript one.
I don’t know the exact size limitation of a Property Bag, but I do know that Microsoft uses a layered approach in discovering items from the IIS management packs.
In the IIS 2012 MP they use multiple discoveries in which each one discovers 8% of the possible detectable objects.
You should take a look at those discovery workflows.