This Article will show, how to migrate a System Center Orchestrator Server to a new Machine, when connected to a System Center Service Manager Server. So the Challenge is. To keep the Runbook ID and change the Orchestrator SCSM Connector to the new URL otherwise, SCSM will sync each Runbook again, and you need to …
Hi, as you may noticed, i have been at CDC Germany in Hanau a few weeks ago, talking about Service Management and Automation. The Session has been recorded an is available now (German) If the Preview is not working, you can click on that URL: https://vimeo.com/341831252/ff1f56351e
Hi, some exciting weeks and month are coming up, some Speaker Engagements, Meetups or Sponsor Slots are around. So if you like to meet, feel free to visit and talk to me. Speaker System Center User Group Munich – 17. April 2019 – Microsoft München – Phönix aus der Asche – Service Management und Automatisierung …
In the most cases, the Reporting has to be done through the Data warehouse DB for SCSM, but in some cases you have to get all the Data from the ServiceManager DB. For Example if you don’t have a Data warehouse DB for SCSM or you need some more Details. In this Case you have …
This will be a short Post, sometimes it can be helpful to get a List of Runbooks and the Count, on how many times the Runbook has been executed. Maybe if you are looking for most executed Runbook in case of an Performance Issue or you just want to track your environment. Get Runbook Execution …
Some time it can happen, that your System Center Service Manager Console is not working like expected. For example Changes are not visualized in the Console If you open an Element, the new Window is very small Console won’t open some other Problems So, there are several ways to fix this Problems, please take a …
Podcast is available here: https://geeksprech.de/geeksprech-podcast-folge-24-automatisierung-und-service-management/
Note: thePodcast has been recorded in German
We have been waiting a long time, Microsoft released the new System Center 2016 suite nearly a month ago.
A few days after, also Update Rollup 1 has been released.
As I am mainly related to SCDPM, SCSM and SCO, I will show you all the news around these three Products
So lets take a look, what’s new with System Center 2016.
Service Manager 2016
- Time to create and update Work Item is reduced
- Workflows are faster
- Group and queue calculations improved
- Faster SCCM and Active Directory Connector
- Grooming improvements
Hi, a lot of people out there, including some of our customers, did an upgrade of SCCM to Version 1511 with an SCSM Connector in use. Than some errors has been reported in the community and MS told us that SCCM 1511 and SCSM 2012 R2 is not supported at this time.
No good News. The Event Log showing Errors with EventID 33333 and 34115 with Messages like “Data Access Layer rejected retry on SqlError:” and “Error writing relationship of type System.MobileDeviceHasOperatingSystem”
Microsoft told us first, they will support SCCM 1511 with SCSM 2016, no good new too.
Microsoft released the Update Rollup 9 for System Center 2012 R2.
Update Rollup 9 contains Fixes and Updates for SCDPM, SCOM, SCSM, SPF, SCVMM and Windows Azure Pack..
As we know, there is the possibility that the actual Update Rollup can contain some Bugs, so maybe wait a few days to install, or try it on a Test Environment.
Get all Information’s about Update Rollup 9 for System Center 2012 R2: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3129757
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