Monthly Archives: August 2012

Creating Custom Service Manager Reports

When you are working with Service Manager, you have some report definitions that are delivered with Management Packs for basic reporting. With SM12, the concept of OLAP Cubes is another method that you can use for getting information out of … Continue reading

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Data Cubes in Service Manager 2012 – Part 3/3 (Creating your own Data Cubes)

Finally … this is the third part of a series that explains data cubes in Service Manager 2012. The first and the second part have been published in January and February 2012. Sorry for the delay of this last part. … Continue reading

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Marcel@SC12 SP1 TAP Airlift

From September 17th to 19th I will be in Redmond on the Microsoft Campus for the System Center 2012 SP1 TAP Airlift together with SCOM-Master Stefan Roth (http://blog.scomfaq.ch) and Hyper-V-Guru Thomas Maurer (http://www.thomasmaurer.ch). This is my third Airlift and I’m … Continue reading

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Dealing with multiple Management Servers 3/3: Decommission old Management Servers

Sometimes Management Servers have to be removed from a Service Manager Management Group. This last blog post of the series will explain all the needed steps.

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