May, 2013

  • How to run a task triggered by an event only once

      You might want to start or stop a task when a particular event is logged. For instance start a service or stop tracing. You can use the the Attach a Task To the Log option in the Event Viewer The Attach a Task if found here For example Therefore...
  • How to run the Workflow Analyzer manually

    In some scenarios the Workflow Analyzer doesn't work as expected. The following article will demonstrate how you can execute the Workflow Analyzer manually. In the first part is described how you can trace a workflow with Workflow Analyzer itself, while...
  • How to use the Workflow Analyzer (Part 1)

    Here as an example to analyze is the workflow of the Windows Server 2008 Logical Disk Free Space monitor:   Start the Workflow Analyzer: and the Health Service you want to run it on:   And select the workflow to analyze: You can start analyze...
  • What happens in the background of the Workflow Analyzer (Part 2)

    As you can see in above picture in the TraceWorkflow windows, the WF analyzer put an override for the workflow on that instance. That one is downloaded here: And looks like this: < ManagementPack xmlns:xsd ="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"...
  • Setup the Workflow Analyzer manually (Part 3)

    With the following steps you can run the Workflow Analyzer manually. Create override for the TraceEnabled Based on the WorkflowOverrideMP above, you can create an override for a specific object: This will give all instance for this class: In this scenario...
  • Infinite recycling of the flush health state cache task

    When troubleshooting the OpsMgr agent, you may see recommendations to “clear the cache”. This is found here And explained in the following TechNet article How and When to Clear the Cache http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh212884.aspx However...