System Center 2012 – Operations Manager Daily Report Management Pack

Attached to this blog is an example Management Pack based on my “How to create daily reports with System Center Operations Manager 2012 and PowerShell” series, this shows another way to consume data from Operations Manager and display it in a meaningful way to reduce overheads required for daily health review. This blog will be the first of many…

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Operations Manager 2012 – Can’t select performance counters using objects by performance widget in my workspace?

  I have seen the following issue recently in OM 2012 SP1 Update Rollup 2 in several different installs, Please details of the issue below and a temporary suggested workaround Issue When trying to add the Performance by Object widget to a dashboard in My Workspace when using selected views your users receive the below error  …

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How to create daily reports with System Center Operations Manager 2012 and PowerShell – Part 5

This series of blogs aims to show administrator how to create daily reports summarising the health of Operations Manager using PowerShell. This should reduce the overheads required for daily health reviews of their system environments In this fifth and final entry in the blog series explains how PowerShell can be used to audit your Operations Manager environment for analysis…

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How to create daily reports with System Center Operations Manager 2012 and PowerShell – Part 4

This series of blogs aims to show administrators how to create daily reports summarising the health of Operations Manager using PowerShell. This should reduce the overheads required for daily health reviews of their system environments. In this fourth and penultimate entry in the blog series explains how PowerShell can be used to extract alert information from Operations Manager for…

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OpsMgr 2012 Event IDs Spreadsheet

This is a really quick post to get a useful resource out into the Opsmanosphere. Back in OpsMgr 2007 days, one of the assets I carried with me everywhere was Daniele’s OpsMgrEventIDs spreadsheet. Daniele does a good job of explaining usage of a spreadsheet like this. I would use this day in day out to…

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How to create daily reports with System Center Operations Manager 2012 and PowerShell – Part 3

This series of blogs aims to show administrators how to create daily reports summarising the health of Operations Manager using PowerShell. This should reduce the overheads required for daily health reviews of their system environments. The third entry in the blog series explains how PowerShell can be used to extract information from Operations Manager to show…

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How to create daily reports with System Center Operations Manager 2012 and PowerShell – Part 2

This second entry in this series of blogs delves into reporting on database health. It also aims to explain how PowerShell can be used to extract information from Operations Manager to show the health state of the operations and data warehouse databases and then output this onto an HTML page. The focus on the Operations Manager databases reflects its key…

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How to create daily reports with System Center Operations Manager 2012 and PowerShell – Part 1

This series of blogs aims to show administrators how to create daily reports summarising the health of Operations Manager using PowerShell. This should reduce the overheads required for daily health reviews of their system environments. This first entry will serve as an introduction, explaining how PowerShell can be used to extract information from Operations Manager to…

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Modelling Conceptual Entities in a SCOM 2007 Management Pack

Drum roll please…. Below is the first Operations Manager blog to be submitted to the Manageability Guys! Meaning we can now live up to our name as it isn’t just Configuration Manager articles. My OpsMgr knowledge is limited at best but I do know how to be persistent; it’s taken a year of nagging and…

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Manageability Post Details for PFE UK

Apologies for the delay in uploading more information about the SCOM and SCCM roles but here they are:   Configuration Manager:https://careers.microsoft.com/JobDetails.aspx?ss=&pg=0&so=&rw=3&jid=16114&jlang=EN Operations Manager: https://careers.microsoft.com/JobDetails.aspx?ss=&pg=0&so=&rw=1&jid=16112&jlang=EN   Alternatively you can send me your CV to rob.york@microsoft.com which I will then forward onto the relevant manager.   This post was contributed by Rob York, a Dedicated Supportability Engineer…

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