Exchange 2010 SP1 Management Pack ships. Version 14.02.0071.0

Post from one of our Community Pillars – Kevin Holman.  Big thanks to Åke Pettersson from our team for driving this. http://blogs.technet.com/b/kevinholman/archive/2011/04/07/exchange-2010-sp1-management-pack-ships-version-14-02-0071-0.aspx — Get it from the MS Download site: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=7150bfed-64a4-42a4-97a2-07048cca5d23 This is a much expected and anticipated release… the updated version of the Exchange 2010 MP to support Exchange 2010 Service Pack 1.    …

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Updating custom alert fields in Operations Manager 2007 using subscriptions and powershell

The legendary Steve Rachui has done it again with another great System Center Operations Manager 2007 post, this time describing how you can add your own custom information to the custom alert fields of an alert: Alerts in OpsMgr have lots of good information on them already – but wouldn’t it be cool if you…

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How to place a group in Maintenance Mode using PowerShell

Our very own Mr. Steve Rachui had another great post over on his blog yesterday morning, this time about how to use PowerShell to put a group into Maintenance Mode: Steve? Why are you writing a post on how to place a group in maintenance mode using powershell?  There are already LOTS of solutions out…

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Slow tab expansion in Ops Mgr Powershell V2 console

Are you seeing very slow auto complete using the Operations Manager snap-in?  If so the folks at the Operations Manager team blog may have your solution: I am a big Powershell fan, and I use the Powershell console regularly.  Depending on what I’m taking care of at the time, I might be using the plain…

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Putting a Group of Computers into Maintenance Mode via Powershell

Have you ever found yourself in need of putting a group of systems into Maintenance Mode in System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2?  If so you can use the script below.  Note that in SCOM 2007 R2 there is no need to put the health service and health service watcher into Maintenance Mode separately, we…

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OpsMgr 2007 PowerShell Survey

The System Center Operations Manager team is looking for feedback from all OpsMgr 2007 (RTM, SP1 and R2) users on if and how you use PowerShell (both in general and specifically the Operations Manager Command Shell).  If you don’t use it then they’d like to hear that too.  To that end they’ve posted a quick…

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OpsMgr 2007: How to get the list of all the computers in Maintenance Mode

Here’s a cool tip from Ritesh Grover, one of our top support engineers on our Operations Manager team.  If you’re looking for a script to quickly get a list of the computers that are in Maintenance Mode then this should do the trick: ======== To get a list of all computers and components that are…

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