OpsMgr 2012:See Who is Currently Connected to Your Management Group via PowerShell

You may have seen recently how to identify who’s connected to your Operations Manager 2007 R2 management group. This PowerShell snippet will do the same for System Center 2012 Operations Manager.

In short, this PowerShell snippet (which is well-commented), performs the following actions:

  • connects to the management group
  • retrieves the EnterpriseManagement.ManagementGroup object
  • using the .GetConnectedUserNames() method, retrieves a list of currently connected users.


Additional Resources

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