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Create a group for disabled SQL engines

My customer has many custom monitoring workflows that target the MSSQL on Windows: DB Engine (Microsoft.SQLServer.Windows.DBEngine) class. For various reasons some of those engines are disabled and they wanted an easy way to override these workflows only for the disabled engines. My goal here is to dynamically populate a group with only disabled SQL engines. ….  Read More

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Reset SCOM Object Health and Alerts Task

Newly added to the SCOMAgentHelper management pack is a task that is capable of: In the example below you can see the Exchange Online service object has alerts generated from both a rule and a monitor. The task parameter, “ResetMontitorHealth”, is true and therefore will reset the health of the eligible monitors for the instance. ….  Read More

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SCOM Alert Management Pack: Alert Workflows

This is the fourth of four related articles discussing the features and capabilities of the SCOM Alert Management Pack. In previous articles about the SCOM Alert Management Pack, we talked about assigning Alert Ownership and mitigating Alert Storms. In this final topic, we’ll introduce basic Alert Workflows. Introduction The SCOM Alert Management Pack contains some ….  Read More

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SCOM Alert Management Pack: Alert Storm Mitigation

This is the third of four related articles discussing the features and capabilities of the SCOM Alert Management Pack. A common pain point for Operations Manager administrators is the dreaded alert storm. It may be caused by a network outage, unplanned maintenance, a poorly tuned environment or other factors. A single incident will cause OpsMgr ….  Read More

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How do I change the passwords for accounts used in the M365 SMP?

As with most IT Organizations the requirement to change service account passwords has turned out to be a fairly common task. We recently received some questions about changing the passwords in the M365 SMP so I figured that we would cover this in a post and provide instructions on how to change the passwords for ….  Read More