Tips for writing good PowerShell scripts for OpsMgr Workflows – Part 2

This is part 2 of my little series around writing good PowerShell scripts for OpsMgr workflows. You can find the other part(s) here: Tips for writing good PowerShell scripts for OpsMgr Workflows – Part 1 This post focuses on just one topic: How do I load the OpsMgr module within an OpsMgr PowerShell workflow the…

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Exporting the SCOM class hierarchy to XML

SCOM uses an object orientated data model and builds an internal, extensible class (type) hierarchy: Each class can have specific properties (which will be inherited to child classes) and relationships to other classes. The depth and breadth of this class hierarchy depends on the number of imported Management Pack. “I know that!”, you might say….

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Tips for writing good PowerShell scripts for OpsMgr Workflows – Part 1

I really love PowerShell and I do write a lot of scripts. This is part 1 of a series of blog posts providing some tips I use when writing PowerShell scripts that can be later used in OpsMgr workflows. Tip: Use your own custom script template I hate to reinvent the wheel over and over again. So…

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Version Control with Git for MP Authors – part 3

Our little journey into Version Control for MP Authors continues. You can find the other part(s) here: Version Control with Git for MP Authors – part 1: General information Version Control with Git for MP Authors – part 2: Creating and using a local repository This part covers how to sync your local to a…

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Version Control with Git for MP Authors – part 2

Our little journey into Version Control for MP Authors continues. You can find the other part(s) here: Version Control with Git for MP Authors – part 1: General information  This part covers how to create a new MP with Visual Studio and integrate that into a local Git repository. It will also cover some basic actions…

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Version Control with GIT for MP Authors – part 1

Foreword to all Developers and Version Controls Pro’s: Please don’t laugh too much and have mercy with me  :). This post is about an IT Pro trying to explain other IT Pro’s stuff he does not fully understand. Any comments, corrections to my statements and hints for improvement are highly appreciated. This is the first…

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