Using Powershell to integrate SCOM Management Group to Operations Management Suite

Environment: SCOM 2012 R2 with Update Rollup 11   Register SCOM Management Group: On-premises SCOM Management Groups can be integrated to Operations Management Suite (OMS) from the SCOM Console under the administration Tab. Here, I am demonstrating a way to integrate SCOM to OMS via PowerShell cmdlets. We will integrate the SCOM to OMS using…

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Export/Import native windows teaming configuration to xml for disaster recovery

This article describes on how to export the Native Windows Teaming Configuration to an XML file and import it back to recreate the team configuration. Configuring the NIC teaming manually is a tedious task for the administrator where he has to identify the correct network adapters, team them, create additional team interfaces, assign VLAN IDs…

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DHCP Pool creation in SCVMM 2012R2

  Hello Readers! I thought of to put some notes on how do we create DHCP pool in System center virtual machine manager 2012 R2 and let you all know how simple this can be done To start with , for creating a DHCP Pool you require fabric administrator access in SCVMM. DHCP pool is…

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Issue with passing data from PowerShell to data bus in SCO, check this out !! this might help you

Hello readers! PowerShell scripts executed within a System Center Orchestrator runbook uses built-in “Run .NET Script” activity which by default uses PowerShell version 2.0. At many times we would require PowerShell script’s to be executed in version 3.0 and one of the way to do it is by executing PowerShell.exe from “Run .NET Script” activity….

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Migrating Performance Point To New SharePoint Site with different path

Introduction When you migrate SharePoint site to a different location that is in a different site structure with a different path the SharePoint content will be migrated with the content itself. But some components will not work as expected because the site URL structure is different. One of these components is Performance Point content. Performance point content contains relevant links to Performance Point…

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Import Database schema in Azure SQL DB from .SQL files programmatically with SQLCMD

Introduction – This blog post illustrates the method through which you can import your database schema and tables into empty Azure SQL DB ( PaaS ) programmatically. Currently azure SQL DB support import from BACPAC file in PowerShell and GUI but not from .SQL files. Assumptions  – Here we assume that you already have .SQL…

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Installing MIM CM 2016 for Multiple Forests–Part 1

Howdy Folks. MIM 2016 went GA some time ago and one of the new features of MIM for the Certificate Management component was the support for cross forest issuance of certificates\smart cards. Though most enterprises comprise of a single forest, in the time of mergers and acquisitions many enterprises would consist of multiple forests in…

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Windows Automatic Services Monitoring using SCOM

Monitoring services in windows computers is available out of box in SCOM through Service Monitoring Template. But in a large enterprise with over 1000s of windows computers and 100s of applications, it is difficult to list out all services that needs to be monitored in each computer and create monitoring using template. Consider monitoring on…


Run two PowerShell scripts on a same VM through custom script extension at different stage of Deployment in ARM

Introduction – This blog post illustrates the method through which you can run two different PowerShell scripts on a same VM through custom script extension at different stages /time of deployment in ARM. Currently , it is not possible to run two custom script to perform two different tasks on a same VM through custom…

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AAD Connect: The Three Forests Story.

I am writing on a grey area that I recently encountered while working on a AAD Connect project for a customer. The customer had one primary forest(forest A) and a secondary forest(Forest B) which essentially had same users represented twice (both in enabled state). In addition a third forest (Forest C) which is an extranet…