This is a guest post from Premier Field Engineer Neil. Thanks for sharing Neil!
Configuration Manager Status Messages are not a new concept, nor is the ability to trigger specific actions based on the generation of a pre-identified status message (using status filter rules). Typically a single script or executable of some sort would be configured in the status filter rule, which will act against information derived from the status message. In this blog posting, I will take this concept of status message triggered actions to the next level with the introduction of System Center Orchestrator Runbooks.
The example provided in this blog will detail the following scenario.
Considering that there are many different types of status messages generated by Configuration Manager Site system components and clients, there are numerous different Configuration Manager specific applications for this type of automation.
Find the blog post including all configuration details and a recorded demonstration of this process at the following location – Full Blog .
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