A new “Agent Task” Management Pack has been created. This is a small, but yet useful addition to my portfolio of Management Packs.
This Management Pack lists all Scheduled Tasks, and sorts them by the last run Task.
The Management Pack can be downloaded here.
I am excited about the chatter that has been going on regards to the “Single Server Maintenance Mode App”. As promised I am ready to release an “Alpha” version (also called 0.3a) – (0.1a and 0.2a were internal only releases)
I am unaware about my rights regards to the distribiton of the Operations Manager Powershell Module, so to get this version to work – you need to do some manual work. This is still a very early version of the product, so it contains alot of bugs and errors – the known issues are listed here on the page.
Before we start, make sure that the users executing the app have all the correct rights within SCOM, and that you have the correct network setup to allow access to SCOM.
All SCOM releated ports can be found here.
Read more for installation instructions and the download file.
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I am just fixing the last few “must-fix” bugs before the Alpha can be released, but here is a small teaser for everyone who is waiting.
If you have any requests for this small app, let me know. Along with the release, I will add a future feature list, aswell as a known issues list.
If everything goes well, I still plan to release the app later this week.
As I wrote in my previous post, I am in the process of making a single server maintenance mode tool. We have alot of contractors and other departments that mess around with servers outside of normal hours, and without any access to the OpsMgr console maintenance mode is not for everyone.
So how can this be solved? Create a desktop application that allows an admin (with the correct OpsMgr permissions) to put a server into maintenance mode…..
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I’m currently in the process of making a local desktop app that allows local administrators to put the local server into SCOM Maintenance mode, without access to the SCOM consoles or any powershell knowledge.
During the process I encountered an issue. Every time I imported the OperationsManager module from Powershell, I could not establish a connection to the SCOM Management Group directly from the script – However, manually it went just fine!
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