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  • Blog Post: Operations Manager 2012 SP1 BETA is out, and some cool things you might not (yet) know about it

    It has been a couple of months since we released the CTP2 release (I had blogged about that here http://www.muscetta.com/2012/06/16/operations-manager-2012-sp1-ctp2-is-out-and-my-teched-na-talk-mgt302/ ) and we have now reached the Beta milestone! Albeit you might have already seen a number of posts...
  • Blog Post: Operations Manager 2012 SP1 CTP2 is out, and my TechED NA talk (MGT302)

    As you might have already heard, this has been an amazing week at TechEd North America: System Center 2012 has been voted as the Best Microsoft Product at TechEd, and we have released the Community Technology Preview (CTP2) of all System Center 2012 SP1 components . I wrote a (quick) list of the changes...
  • Blog Post: Boris’s OpsMgr Tools – Updated

    Over the years, Boris has released a set of phenomenal tools, that saved lives of OpsMgr administrators quite some time in performing common OpsMgr tasks in OpsMgr 2007 and 2007 R2.. The sad news is that Boris has moved to another team within Microsoft. He has made a tremendous contribution over the...
  • Blog Post: A couple of OpsMgr / APM Posts

    Just some shameless personal plug here, pointing out that I recently wrote two technical posts on the momteam blog about the APM feature in Operations Manager 2012 – maybe you want to check them out: APM object model – describes the object model that gets created by the APM Template/Wizard when you configure...
  • Blog Post: How to convert (and fixup) the RedHat RPM to run on Debian/Ubuntu

    In an earlier post I had shown how I got the Xplat agent running on Ubuntu . I perfected the technique over time, and what follows is a step-by-step process on how to convert and change the RedHat package to run on Debian/Ubuntu. Of course this is still a hack… but some people asked me to detail...
  • Blog Post: Create a Script-Based Unit Monitor in OpsMgr2007 via the GUI

    Warning for people who landed here: this post is VERY OLD. It was written in the early days of struggling with OpsMgr 2007, and when nobody really knew how to do things. I found that this way was working - and it surely does - but what is described here is NOT the recommended way to do things nowadays...
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