Backup Unsealed Management Packs (OpsMgr 2012 Edition)

by Neale Brown, Derek Harkin, Pete Zerger and Tommy Gunn, this MP performs nightly backup of unsealed MPs to a folder on the Management Server using an embedded Powershell script, as well as a version archive of X days previous backups as defined by the user. User configurable settings are exposed as overridable parameters in the timed event rule executing the script.

NOTE: This pack works with Operations Manager 2012 only. The Operations Manager 2007 version can be found here.

9 thoughts on “Backup Unsealed Management Packs (OpsMgr 2012 Edition)

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  2. Profile photo of Dan Stolts, ChrisCaldwell, TechNet RadioDan Stolts, ChrisCaldwell, TechNet Radio

    Good morning everyone,

    I´ve just installed this management pack Versión 4.0 in my enviroment, SCOM 2012 R2 Rollup 3, but it doesn´t work.  In the BackupDir appeared 2 folders with different dates but empty, there´s no any unsealed MP backup. Does anybody know where the problem is??

     

    Thanks in advance.-

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  8. Profile photo of Nolan RatuNolan Ratu

    Make sure you use run as account for the root management server in the Unsealed MP Backup Account Profile.
    Add the root management server to the distribution list in the Unsealed MP Backup Run As Account.
    Complete the overrides for the root manager server.
    Restart the config service – should work.

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