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  • Blog Post: Creating a Dynamic Group Based on Installed Software

    At the Dynamics Convergence 2010 conference I mentioned to several people that it is possible to create a dynamic group based on whether a piece of software is installed or not but I never went into the details of how to do it. This posting describes how to create a group for a particular piece of installed...
  • Blog Post: Why are my Performance Graphs Empty in Essentials?

    Have you wondered why some of the performance views and dashboards in the Monitoring Space don’t have any data to display, yet others do? You can see an example of this by going to the Monitoring Space, expanding the Microsoft Windows Server folder and then expanding the Performance sub Folder.  ...
  • Blog Post: SCE 2010 Public Beta is HERE!

    Do you know what time it is? Yes, it’s THAT time…time for you to check out the next full release of System Center Essentials – SCE 2010! For those of you who were with us for the release of System Center Essentials 2007 a little over two years ago, you know that this is Microsoft’s IT management solution...
  • Blog Post: Overwhelmed by Alerts?

    A big thank you to everyone who stopped by and asked us questions at the Microsoft Management Summit and the Dynamics Convergence conferences during the last 2 weeks. In this post I’m going to talk about one area that we received feedback on at the conferences. Some people told us they wanted to see...
  • Blog Post: Essentials 2010 – Improving Default Monitoring

    The monitoring capability within Essentials comes from Management Packs, and the majority Management Packs that work with Operations Manager also work with Essentials. This is great, because it means there is a wealth of deep monitoring that is available for Essentials. During the Beta and RC period...