To install the ReSearch this dashboard, simply load the management pack. The view appears in the monitoring pane under the “SystemCenterCentral ReSearch This – Dashboard Edition” folder under the name “ReSearch Alerts”.
Service Manager Telephony Integration (SMTI) is an add-on to Microsoft System Center Service Manager allowing you to bridge a gap in your ITSM processes thus ensuring your service offerings are optimal and personal. SMTI creates the link between your Microsoft System Center Service Manager, the soft phone system and call center operators computer. This connectivity […]
Incorporate data security into your runbooks/workflows. “Security Removable Media Manager” (secRMM) monitors (into the Windows Security Event Log) and controls (i.e. implements security rules/policies) access to external storage devices. External storage devices in this context means any type of storage device that can be attached to the Windows computer using plug-and-play technology. Specifically, this includes external […]
By Sharon Abarbanel, this integration pack provides capabilities to create / update variables that behave more like variables and less like constants in Orchestrator 2012. Definitely a nice addition for anyone frustrated by the constant-esque behavior of variables in Orchestrator. Click the Download button to visit the project homepage on Codeplex.
This download includes sample Opalis workflows and related Service Manager 2010 custom change templates to demonstrate System Center-integrated automation for enterprise and private cloud. These policies will be represented in an upcoming article. Workflows should function in both Opalis Integration Server 6.3 and Orchestrator 2012, which is in beta at the time of this post.
by Ryan Andorfer, this integration pack adds some additional integration points for Opalis to System Center Configuration Manager. These functions are used in my User Self imaging workflow that will be demoed at MMS 2011. This project is currently under heavy development. I am releasing and early version in .DLL form (use Run .Net Object […]