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SCOM Effective Monitoring Configuration Report

Export-SCOMEffectiveMonitoringConfigurationReport Available here: SCOMHelper PowerShell Module Report contains these columns: AlertPriorityAlertSeverityClassIdClassNameDescriptionEnabledEntityIdEntityNameGeneratesAlertIndexOverriddenOverridesParametersPathWorkflowDisplayNameWorkflowIdWorkflowMPNameWorkflowNameWorkflowType*Note: “Overrides” column does not include customizations settings for the standard overrideable parameters: AlertPriority, AlertSeverity, Enabled. However, the values shown in these columns are the actual effective values and are accurate. Example 1: Single Windows Computer – CSV Will create a complete/full report CSV file ….  Read More

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SCOM On Demand Discovery Example

This is something that I’ve struggled with in the past because it can be a bit tricky so here’s a quick explanation of how you can trigger On Demand discovery. The Trigger On Demand Discovery task includes the Target ID of the target class ( Microsoft.SystemCenter.HealthService ) but don’t let this fool you. The task ….  Read More

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Install Root Certificate Authority (Standalone) Windows Server 2016, Create SCOM Certificate Template

On the server where you want to install the Certificate Authority role: PowerShell (as Administrator): Get-WindowsFeature | Out-GridView -PassThru | Add-WindowsFeature -Verbose *Did you know:You can highlight specific text to execute, then press F8. This will execute only the highlighted text.You can place the curser anywhere on any line, press F8, and the entire line ….  Read More

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How to Analyze a SCOM Property Bag

From time to time I find myself writing PowerShell scripts for custom workflows: rules, monitors, tasks, etc. Often times the project at hand requires a property bag full of juicy data to be used in the workflow. There are a handful of other blogs that describe what a property bag is but here I’ll show ….  Read More

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Visual Studio ‘Failed to verify module reference’ Authoring SCOM Management Pack, VSAE

Today I’m writing about an elusive problem with a management pack that I was authoring recently. I was writing a generic datasource for a registry discovery; that is a discovery that will instantiate a class based on the existence of a registry key on the Target machine, and generic because I will use a single ….  Read More