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  • Blog Post: Operations Manager 2007 Capacity Planning Model released for System Center Capacity Planner 2007

    Source: Clive Eastwood The capacity planning model for OpsMgr07 has now been released for SCCP 2007. Read more on source .
  • Blog Post: Passed my MOFv4 (Microsoft Operations Framework) exam

    Today I took my MOFv4 exam and passed with a score of 90%. I made 4 mistakes from the 40 questions. Not bad I believe ;-) If I’ve some time in the future I want to blog some stuff on how to use MOF with OpsMgr 2007. But I don’t think that’s soon because I’m quite busy at the moment. Looking for more...
  • Blog Post: System Center Podcasts?

    Are you listening to Podcasts? Then you could take a look at some System Center Podcasts on our Podcast Home website . Here is a list but there are many more to be found. Successfully Monitor UNIX and Linux Alongside Your Windows Infrastructure with Operations Manager 2007 R2 Duration: 00:51...
  • Blog Post: Savision joins System Center Alliance

    Source: Techlog Savision B.V. announced its participation in Microsoft's System Center Alliance. Savision’s participation builds upon its strong relationship with the System Center Product Group and creates new opportunities to closely collaborate with other ISV partners. Savision’s inclusion...
  • Blog Post: Not at MMS what now?

    So if you are not at MMS in Las Vegas like me what to do if you want follow what is going on in the System Center (OpsMgr) field? These are things I’m doing to follow what is going on. RSS feeds: Wally’s Weblog System Center Forum System Center Virtual User Group Weblog Nexus SC: The System...
  • Blog Post: Why not use Twitter as MP Notifier?

    I’m trying to use Twitter more and more and why should not we use it for notifying about new OpsMgr downloads? I’ve created a “tweet” about the Remote Operations Manager 2007 Deployment Guide and RelNotes available on Microsoft Download Center. Scott Hanselman has written an excellent...
  • Blog Post: OpsManJam Tip for SharePoint Dummies

    I already blogged about the new OpsManJam website where you can find unofficial management packs, management pack authoring tutorials and guidance, featured articles on everything OpsManager 2007, command shell scripts, and more.  Kevin Holman also blogged about this website and told that the site...
  • Blog Post: Xandros leader in offering suite of MP applications?

    Source: Edge Martin Buckly of Microsoft talks with Andreas Typaldos, CEO of Xandros about working with Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 Cross Platform Extensions and the new opportunities Xandros is seeing. Andreas Typaldos: “Xandros is looking to be a leader in offering a suite...
  • Blog Post: Windows Security Auditing Reference List

    Source: Secure Vantage Team Blog Secure Vantage released a Windows Security Auditing Reference List that provides content on more than 1300 Windows security events and settings. For System Center customers this is an excellent reference of the base Windows security events and settings managed via Operations...
  • Blog Post: System Center Forum.org upgraded

    Source: System Center Forum System Center Forum had upgraded their website yesterday and it looks great. They are running on Wordpress . Not sure if they were already running on Wordpress but you can see on here what’s new. One of the new features they are offering is MPNotifier RSS feed. Curious...
  • Blog Post: Mother of all OpsMgr lists

    Source: Ian Blyth Ian was kind enough to put a list together with all kinds of info on OpsMgr 2007. It was scattered and still is but now available from one “mother of all” OpsMgr lists ;-) Check it out here .
  • Blog Post: Introduction to the Microsoft.com Engineering Operations Team

    Source: Microsoft Operations "The Microsoft.com Operations Team is pleased to announce the launch of our new Microsoft.com Engineering Operations TechCenter . This site ids designed with the ITPro/Systems Engineer in mind. We get to work on some cutting edge technologies and our goal is to share...
  • Blog Post: Laura Chappell about Network Forensics

    Last I week I got my portable multimedia player the Archos 604 for our  hard work and commitment throughout the year and as a device to take some training while we are traveling ;-) I immediately bought the DVR Station so I could record my favorite TV show the Sopranos . So you will probably see...
  • Blog Post: Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

    Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year. Have fun learning OpsMgr & PowerShell next year again! Tweet
  • Blog Post: Keep your VHD files as defragmented as possible

    I’ve build a new virtual OpsMgr 2007 SP1 test environment and wanted to optimize the VHD’s as much as possible. To keep the VHD files as defragmented as possible I used Contig v1.54 from SysInternals .
  • Blog Post: OpsMgr Authoring Console available for download

    Source: Operations Manager Product Team Blog The System Center Management Pack Authoring Console 2007 has been released to the Web. Go for download locations to source .
  • Blog Post: Following MMS 2009 on Twitter

    MMS 2009 is very close now and I’m getting ready to leave on Sunday for Las Vegas. More and more people are getting exited including me for this great event to learn about the latest IT Management Solutions from Microsoft. As you may know there is something new that’s called Twitter . If you still not...
  • Blog Post: Creating a SysInternals PSExec Console Task for OpsMgr 2007

    Pete Zerger wrote an article about creating a Console Task to launch a Remote Interactive CmdPrompt for MOM 2005 using PSExec. A customer asked if this also could be done for OpsMgr 2007, this was not as easy as I thought. It turned out that an extra space is added before the servername where psexec...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Product Support Lifecycle for MOM 2005

    Now OpsMgr 2007 is released for almost a year you may want to know what the Product Support Lifecycle for MOM 2005 is. Those of you who are not familiar, the Microsoft Support Lifecycle is the set of policies that governs the length of support for all Microsoft products. Or, as described by our website...
  • Blog Post: RSS2Twitter PowerShell script

    As you might have noticed I’ve been using Twitter quite often lately . On my previous weblog I installed a Drupal Twitter module for updating Twitter with my latest blog posts. But now I migrated to Technet Blogs I didn’t had this possibility anymore, so I looked for an easy way to have my latest blog...
  • Blog Post: Remote Desktop Connection Manager from Microsoft

    Source: Bink.nu Last month we released our Remote Desktop Connection Manager on MS Download. I’v been using this great tool for quite some time now and I would recommend taking a look. This is really a great Remote Desktop Connection tool.  
  • Blog Post: System Center Desktop Wallpaper

    Source: internal A colleague of mine (André) likes to have simple clean Desktop Wallpapers and he just found a System Center Desktop Wallpaper. And I like it. Maybe you like it too. You can download it from my SkyDrive.
  • Blog Post: Window Key combinations in Remote Desktop Sessions

    This time not a blog post about System Center but a blog post  on how to use Windows Key Combinations in Remote Desktop Sessions. I really love to use Windows Key Combination on my Windows 8 and Windows 2012 machines and one of my most favorite combinations is the Win+X combination. Check here for...
  • Blog Post: Exclusive: Savision Live Maps 2.0

    Savision showed their new version Live Maps 2.0 on MMS, and because I’ve been a beta tester I can already tell you it has some great new features. NEW FEATURES Live Maps Web Console The Live Maps web console displays Live Maps maps in Microsoft Internet Explorer (version 6.0 and above). Any map...
  • Blog Post: Update: OpsMgr 2007 Toolbox

    I’ve updated my OpsMgr 2007 Toolbox with the Windows PowerShell Scriptomatic from Ed Wilson, My Log File Viewer Util from Jeevan Bisht and the Data Warehouse Data Retention Policy tool from Daniel Savage. Here is the link to the updated version. Today I found out that Stuart Renes also created...