Category Archive: SCO

Feb 25 2017

Service Manager Complex Approvals Tutorial: Part 2 – Service Manager: Creating the Service Request

This is the second part of a 6-part post about creating a Service Request with complex approvals in Microsoft System Center Service Manager. The parts are as follows, Introduction. Service Manager: Creating the Service Request. (This Post!) Orchestrator: Check and update Service Request. Coming Soon! Orchestrator: Monitor Review Activity and Custom Approval. Coming Soon! Orchestrator: …

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Feb 06 2017

Orchestrator Runbook: Select Domain Controller with Minimum PS Sessions

Many of the Runbooks I have connect to domain controller to perform an activity using a PowerShell script, and usually this means multiple instance of the Runbook may be running at the same time. These Runbooks require the FQDN of the domain controller to work on. Two challenges lie there, Load balancing: I want to …

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Jan 28 2017

Service Manager Complex Approvals Tutorial: Part 1 – Introduction

I have been playing around with Microsoft System Center Service Manager and Orchestrator lately. The two applications are always better together and you cannot really master one without the other. In this multi-part blog, I will share some of the stuff I learned during the past couple of months. In the form of a multi-part …

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