Sealing SCOM MP’s

  Sealing MP’s This is an updated version of Kevin Holman’s blog, and Jonathan Almquist’s blog for SCOM2012R2 and 2016   First why seal? If you seal the MP – we will be able to use the classes/groups created for overrides in any other override MP. Unsealed MP – any overrides you use for classes/groups will be…


Get to know your monitor

Ever need to disable a specific monitor? I know I get tired of clicking through the console, maybe you do too? Do you know the Monitor name and class? If yes, then you can enable/disable monitors from PowerShell   So let’s get started. From your management server, you can run SCOM commands as your ID…


PowerShell Rule and Monitor Template packs MP including fragments

  Hit the easy button!   For all those diehard SCOM Console MP authoring folks, don’t forget about Wei Lim’s blogs to help add PowerShell script functionality into rules and monitors.   PowerShell Rules Blog https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/wei_out_there_with_system_center/2015/09/28/opsmgr-new-sample-powershell-collection-rule-wizards-in-the-ops-console/ PowerShell Monitor blog https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/wei_out_there_with_system_center/2015/07/09/opsmgr-new-sample-wizard-to-create-powershell-monitors-in-the-ops-console/ Performance Data blog https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/wei_out_there_with_system_center/2015/10/03/opsmgr-collecting-performance-data-using-a-powershell-script-collection-rule-created-from-a-wizard/ Download Rule https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Sample-Management-Pack-e48040f7 Download Monitor https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Sample-Management-Pack-17b76379   If authoring with Visual…