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  1. Hi James, You might have to write a PowerShell script to read all the Groups the User is a part of, and then put that into an array; after which, pass that through to an Activity to remove the user from the Group.
  2. Hi, I would start with finding a View in the Monitoring workspace, and specifically locate the View that shows Disk Space. Then right-click on one of the items shown, go to Properties, and then you should be able to determine which Monitor/Rule you specifically need to look at and override.
  3. Based on your original comments, if the issue is coming from OperationsManagerDW.dbo.StandardDatasetMaintenance, then maybe the grooming is set too aggressively. In this thread (https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/systemcenter/en-US/dee32b4e-8cca-4661-83fb-fcb40a9536bf/cpu-usage-100-on-sql-opsmgr-db-and-dw-server?forum=operationsmanagergeneral) someone mentioned issues with certain update to SQL Server (what version/update is your SQL at)? Also in that thread, there was a comment about potential issues with HDD firmware. Here's another article on grooming: http://blogs.techne
  4. OpsLogic has an MP, but I do not believe it is free: http://www.opslogix.com/oracle-management-pack/
  5. Under Administration > Agents, if the Computers are not listed there (i.e. so that you can trigger an uninstall of the Agent), then I don't think there is a lot you can do. You might have to wait for the SCOM DB grooming to kick in and clean the items out. Keep in mind that if you do modify the database, this is not supported by Microsoft: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/jonathanalmquist/2011/01/21/manually-removing-computers-by-editing-the-database/ Here's a similar article to your question: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/systemcenter/en-US/fc81793a-dec1-4f35-
  6. I haven't performed an upgrade, but to my knowledge you can't go directly from 2007 - 2012 R2. I think you have to go from 2007 -> 2012 -> 2012 R2. So it might be easier to stand up a new installation of SCOM 2012 R2, and multi-home your Agents. There are several things you have to keep in mind though, like: Any MP overrides have to be exported from the current environment, and imported to the new one Any DAs that have been created (which should be in their own MP) also need to be exported/imported 3rd party integrations (i.e. SCSM, Tivoli, SolarWinds, etc.) have to be re-configure
  7. The guides are on this site here, or also on my personal blog site: http://micloud.azurewebsites.net/
  8. Here's the link to the SCOM Sizing Helper tool: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/momteam/2012/04/01/operations-manager-2012-sizing-helper-tool/ This is the tool we use when we are planning and designing the architecture of SCOM. However, if you plug in some info about your environment, you might be able to see what the predicted load is, and compare. Further, for the SCOM databases, it is best practice to have them installed on a dedicated SQL Server. If your environment has a SQL cluster, then a dedicated SQL Instance. Normally we don't have SCOM's DBs running from the Management S
  9. Here's the first link when I searched for "Dell powerconnect 6348 management pack" http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/Drivers/DriversDetails?driverId=DFGM2 As for configuring, you'll have to read the Management Pack documentation.
  10. Have you looked at the guides I have written? They cover the preparation of VMs, installing AD/SQL, and the installation/configuration of SCOM.
  11. Here are a few reference articles in how to get SCORCH to be able to use/run the latest PowerShell. http://karlprosser.com/coder/2012/04/16/calling-powershell-v3-from-orchestrator-2012/ http://www.systemcentercentral.com/getting-powershell-v345-orchestrator-to-play-nice/ http://blogs.technet.com/b/privatecloud/archive/2013/05/14/automation-executing-a-powershell-v3-parallel-execution-script-in-system-center-orchestrator-2012.aspx
  12. Are you trying to pull the drivers from the Vendor's website each/every time you do an OSD? Normally you would download the drivers once, create a Driver Package in SCCM, and use that Drive Package in the OSD task sequence.
  13. Microsoft recently released the Technical Preview 2 of System Center Configuration Manager 2016: https://technet.microsoft.com/library/dn965439.aspx Per the TechNet article: This release adds the following additional capabilities: Sideloading apps in Windows 10 Windows PE Peer Cache On-premises MDM: Adds support for Windows 10 desktopBulk enrollment of Windows 10 devices Support for multiple Automatic Deployment Rules In addition to new capabilities, this release includes several incremental improvements we want you to know about: General improvements LimitationsThere are several limi
  14. As an FYI, SharePoint 2013 is not support for the Service Manager 2012 R2 Portal. The Self-Service Portal is NOT required to run Service Manager, it is just an additional add-on for self-service.
  15. Can you test the SCORCH Monitor Alert action and make it more generic, like being triggered on ANY alert? Just to see if it's being triggered at all, or if there is some other problem.
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