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Tag Archives: workflow
I am a lazy guy and whenever possible I try to automate things using PowerShell scripts or System Center Orchestrator runbooks. If you work with Service Manager you know that lots of tasks can be automated by using PowerShell cmdlets … Continue reading
The next Release of Service Manager (SCSM 2012) will be available around end 2011. To drive automation to the next level, SCSM 2012 will contain a connector to System Center Orchestrator 2012 (today known as “Microsoft Opalis”) that allows us … Continue reading
Due to a notification requirement of a customer, I needed to somehow access the SMTP address of a User CI in the CMDB. This is not that easy, because the SMTP address is not directly stored on the user object, … Continue reading
What about days when no one feels responsible for assigning Incidents to Support Groups and/or Analysts? In such cases a workflow that reports unassigned Incidents would be helpful. If needed, the workflow could also assign these Incidents automatically to a … Continue reading
Some weeks ago I released the first Version of the SCSM Extensions OIP. This OIP allows Administrators to create workflows in Opalis to automate things. It contains some activities that are not contained in the SCSM OIP from Microsoft. During my work with Service … Continue reading