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  • Blog Post: Enable ISAPI and CGI Restrictions for Web Console installation using PowerShell DSC

    This week I’m trying to install System Center Operations Manager 2012 R2 using PowerShell Desired State Configuration . I’ve been able to install the Domain Controller and SQL 2012 using DSC but now I was stuck at some of the pre-requisites for the OM2012 R2 installation. I had to add and enable the...
  • Blog Post: Real-Time monitoring of OM Techical Preview installation for errors

    Some days ago we announced the availability of Windows Server Technical Preview and System Center Technical Preview. After downloading the vhd file using a PowerShell script shared on Niklas Akerlund’s blog I wanted to monitor the installation of OpsMgr in real-time for errors. As you may already know...
  • Blog Post: Creating a PowerShell Script Gallery Upload ISE Add-On – Part 2

    In part 1 of this blog post series I showed the end result of the PowerShell Script Gallery Upload ISE Add-On which I created. In this post I explain the steps I took to create this ISE Add-On. As starting point I used the blog post from Jason Stangroome called Create a PowerShell v3 ISE Add-on Tool...
  • Blog Post: New Operations Manager Dashboard section Script Center

    We recently added an area for sharing scripts for SCOM dashboards featuring PowerShell extensibility widgets to the TechNet Script Center repository. This is a centralized location with PowerShell scripts for the extensibility widgets. I’ve uploaded my PowerShell Grid Widget Helper script to this section...
  • Blog Post: Creating a PowerShell Script Gallery Upload Add-On – Part 1

    Some weeks ago I started a discussion on Codeplex requesting an option to upload your PowerShell scripts to the TechNet Script Center being part of the Microsoft PowerShell Script Browser . .One of the main features in the Script Browser is to search, download, and learn script examples from the TechNet...
  • Blog Post: Using PowerShell OData Provider Module for OneGet and PowerShellGet

    After playing with OneGet and PowerShellGet for some time now I wanted to dive into the OData feed that both new PowerShell v5 preview features are using. Let me first summarize OneGet and PowerShellGet. OneGet is a new way to discover and install software packages from around the web. With OneGet, you...
  • Blog Post: What is my in PowerShell Profile?

    This week Ed Wilson (Hey Scripting Guy) shares information about what people have in their Windows PowerShell profile. Interested to know what I’ve in myPowerShell profile? Check the following blog post called  “ What’s in Your PowerShell Profile? Microsoft PFEs' Favorites ” Go update your Profile...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell Grid Widget Helper

    I already blogged about the new PowerShell Grid Widget which came with the release of UR2 for System Center 2012 R2 where we included updates for the Widgets which allow you to create richer dashboard visualization within Operations Manager. If you look at the Walkthrough I created, there is a part where...
  • Blog Post: Interesting announcements during TechEd North America 2014

    I don’t know if you have noticed but we are this week hosting our TechEd North America 2014 event in Houston, Texas. TechEd North America is Microsoft’s premier technology conference for IT Professionals and Enterprise Developers, providing the technical education, product evaluation, and community resources...
  • Blog Post: Viewing NuGet Packages with the NuGet Explorer

    You may have seen that we released the the Windows Management Framework V5 Preview and that one of the new features  is Windows PowerShell OneGet. OneGet is designed to dramatically simplify how you discover and install software packages. Windows PowerShell OneGet OneGet is a new way to discover...
  • Blog Post: Dutch Windows Management User Group event on 12 February 2014

    On the 12th of February 2014 the Dutch Windows Management User Group (WMUG NL) is organizing an event about Monitoring . I’ll also present a session about this topic Session title: Using PowerShell with System Center Operations Manager 2012 R2 Description:  Introduction on how to use PowerShell...
  • Blog Post: New Windows PowerShell Best Practices book by Ed Wilson

    Warning! This is a shameless plug to buy the latest version of Ed Wilson’s Windows PowerShell Best Practices book. But I’ve a great reason because I made a very small contribution to the book and I’m pretty proud to say the least. And to make it an even better deal you can get a discount on the eBook...
  • Blog Post: Old Blog post about Compiling commandline application for Creating and Updating Groups

    Marco Shaw published a blogpost about and Advanced example using PowerShell and the OpsMgr SDK: Creating and Updating Groups and mentioned an old blog post from me which he could not find anymore. Here is that blog post from me (without the pictures) Compiling commandline application for Creating and...
  • Blog Post: Sneak preview of sealed MPs using PowerShell

    Today I needed to check if a customer had installed the latest versions of available Management Packs. And there are many tools that can help you with that, but I wanted to know if the downloaded MP files had a newer version than the ones installed in the Management Group. I could have used  Boris...
  • Blog Post: When will there be WSDL for the MP Catalog Webservice?

    Did you know that in PowerShell V2 using a Web service is very easy with the new Cmdlet New-WebServiceProxy? This would become very handy if the ManagementPackCatalogWebservice had a WSDL ;-) Then we could do some very cool stuff with the ManagementPack Catalog Webservice… Now we have to wait if there...
  • Blog Post: New PowerShell Event Creator for Operations Manager 2007

    Did you remember the Event Creator for MOM 2005 which was available in the Resource Kit? You could use this tool to create events for testing Management Packs. Event Creator enables you to choose event sources for the existing event logs that are currently registered. You can probably use this tool also...
  • Blog Post: Repost: Programmatically Check for Management Pack updates in OpsMgr 2007 R2

    Repost ;-) In the Twitter world we use Retweet if you post the tweet of someone else. So why not do it with blogposts ;-) That way you can easy filter on subject. My colleague Daniele Muscetta has posted an great article about using PowerShell to Check for updates in OpsMgr 2007 R2. I wish had found...
  • Blog Post: Protect Your PowerShell Scripts with Version Control

    W00t! My Protect Your PowerShell Scripts with Version Control blog article I wrote for the Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog, got published today Check it out !
  • Blog Post: Update: Put OM2012 Computer Group Members in Maintenance Mode with PowerShell

    I finally found out the issue why this script was not working for everybody. It was because of the different versions of PowerShell. Now it should also work on PowerShell v2. Another possible fix to the empty ComputerGroupsMembernames issue. Last week I saw a request for a PowerShell script which...
  • Blog Post: Retrieving MMS 2013 Content Sessions using PowerShell

    In between my PowerShell activities, I’ll visiting the Microsoft Management Summit in Las Vegas next week. This week I’m delivering a PowerShell workshop in the Netherlands, and when returning from MMS I’ll again be teaching a PowerShell workshop before going to the PowerShell Summit in Redmond. So it...
  • Blog Post: Reblog: Searching PoshCode repository from your Desktop in Windows 7

    Source: Live PowerShell With Karl Prosser “Search results from the PowerShell Code Repository right there on your desktop in windows 7 thanks to federated search and Jaykul adding OpenSearch support to PoshCode. YAY So how do you get this. Simply download this link and save it as fileextention...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell: State Changes for a specified Monitor

    This week a got a question from a customer about ‘flapping’ taking place from a Monitor. I found out that they meant the State Changes that took place for a newly created Monitor. They found out that for a certain machine the State changed quite often and this was caused by a Recovery Task that was part...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell Magazine blogpost: Formatting changes for OM2012 in UR1

    My blogpost on the formatting changes for System Center Operations Manager 2012 in Update Rollup 1 has been published on the PowerShell Magazine website . Take a look at my blogpost if you are interested in the PowerShell formatting changes that have been implemented after the release of UR1. Read more...
  • Blog Post: Windows PowerShell Quick Reference

    Just doing some PowerShell stuff to forget I could have been in Las Vegas for MMS 2010, I stumbled on this PowerShell Quick Reference. Quick reference guide to commonly-used Windows PowerShell commands. For best results, open the file in Microsoft Word, print the contents to legal-sized paper (8 inches...
  • Blog Post: Updated version: Download MMS 2013 Videos from Channel 9

    Sitting at the McCarran International Airport waiting for my flight to Amsterdam (the Netherlands) I had some time to kill so I wrote a simpel PowerShell script which helps to easily download the MMS 2013 sessions from the Channel 9 RSS feed . Using the Out-GridView Cmdlet you can easily select the sessions...