Category Archives: SCO

Fully Automate deployments of GoToMeeting Updates – Part 2

In Part 1 of this blog post we covered the main control runbooks. In this post I am going to cover the main PowerShell script that will check if there is an update available on the Citrix website and download … Continue reading

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Fully Automate deployments of GoToMeeting Updates – Part 1

In this multi-part blog post I am going to show you have I have fully automated the deployment of the GoToMeeting Client each time there is an update. In Part 1 we are going to go build three Orchestrator runbooks … Continue reading

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System Center 2012 R2 Available for downlaod

  Microsoft has added System Center 2012 R2 to the volume licensing site.

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SCORCH Send Email Using Variables to ease future changes

In this blog post I am going to show you how to use variables with the send email activity.  This will allow you to centralize your settings and allow for easier migration to a new mail server in the future … Continue reading

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SCORCH Integration Packs Dependent on Dot Net v2

I recently had to rebuild my machine, after getting Windows 8 reinstalled I started installing my System Center Consoles since I was in a hurry to work on a powershell script for a runbook in Orchestrator that connected to ConfigMgr … Continue reading

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How to Monitor SCOM Services with Orchestrator

In my lab I have an issue where SQL doesn’t always start when my VM is rebooted this causes the SCOM services not to start up as well, in our production environment we every once in a while will have … Continue reading

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Lessons learned SCOM SP1 Upgrade – Part 3

I am a strong believer in not using AD integration any more. I think the management of the agents long term and in a DR situation is easier with a little planing. Durring an upgrade to SCOM SP1 I ran into an … Continue reading

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