Jim Britt's [MSFT] Blog

This blog will contain lessons learned as it relates to automation specific to Opalis / System Center Orchestrator.
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  • Blog Post: Sending Email with PowerShell and the Run.Net Object

    Hello readers. Now that TechEd NA 2011 is over (what a great event) I thought I’d take this opportunity to share a very simple solution I have leveraged in my workflow development within Opalis for providing communication on workflow success / failure of status information and details.  Sometimes...
  • Blog Post: Orchestrator Migration–Locating Checked Out Policies

    A topic came up recently on an internal distribution list that I have been planning on blogging about.  I figured it’s time to get it out to you because it is timely with the release of System Center Orchestrator Beta and future versions coming.  What is so important and why? We will all need...
  • Blog Post: Opalis 6.3 Installation Guide

    Hello Readers. This is likely one of my last Opalis related posts as we move forward into Orchestrator as our main production platform for my group. However, as there are still likely many of you that are starting on the trek of installing your first Opalis instance in your environment for evaluation...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Two New Solution Accelerator Beta Programs for System Center Products

    Hello Automaters! I wanted to make everyone aware of a couple of cool new connect beta programs available from the Solution Accelerator Team that focus on System Center Private Cloud Automation. The Solution Accelerators team has started two new beta programs focused on tools, automation...
  • Blog Post: Opalis and the Internal Microsoft Adoption Story (On Demand Webcast)

    On Tuesday June 28th, Charlie Satterfield and I had a great webcast presentation with a lot of content related to how Microsoft is leveraging Opalis internally. Please click the inline link or the graphic below to view the content. Details This webcast concentrated specifically on the following...