Working with the SCOM Powershell Module

Working with SCOM in the console and working with the SCOM Powershell module are two vastly different things. Powershell is much quicker, especially for getting lots of data and related objects at once. However, if you haven’t worked very much with the Operations Manager Powershell Module very much, these might be a few quirks or …

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Operations Management Suite (OMS) Log Search is Case Sensitive

This is more of a note to self blog post, but Operations Management Suite (OMS) log search is case sensitive. If you are new to OMS, like I am, this may help save you some time.Examples:If you type in the log search “Type=perf” you get the following result: Unknown type ‘perf’    You actually get …

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Triggering Automation from Event Logs with Orchestrator and OMS AzureAutomation

I recently hooked my home lab into Microsoft Operations Management Suite (MSOMS or OMS) and have been dabbling in Azure Automation. I wanted to put together some quick examples of triggering automation through event logs in Orchestrator and compare it to OMS with Azure Automation.This is not a super technical deep dive of automation, the …

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Installing and Basic Configuration of Microsoft’s HTML 5 Portal for Service Manager 2012

Microsoft today released their own HTML 5 self-service portal for Service Manager 2012. This is big news as the old portal was to be honest, just awful. It was awful to install, and awful to use and it required its own server. This lead to companies like Cireson and Sylliance creating their own HTML 5 …

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Monitoring – Add Untrusted Servers to SCOM 2012 R2 Part 2 – Adding Untrusted Servers

This post will cover the process of adding untrusted servers into your SCOM 2012 R2 environment. This guide is not for adding servers via a Gateway Server, this guide will show you how to add servers on the same network as the SCOM Management Servers but not necessarily trusted by the domain. First, you need …

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