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SCSM Video Series – #1 Extending the Incident class and form

This is the very first part of a new Video Services that will show basic and advanced configuration and customization of Microsoft System Center Service Manager. This is a test run, because I got feedback of customers and also community … Continue reading

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Remove the extensions tab on the Incident form

I have done this many times in the past months: extending the default Incident class with additional properties. With that you are able to save additional data with an Incident, so that you have all information in place when needed. … Continue reading

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Changing the Incident Preview Form

When dealing with Incidents, you and your Service Desk people always want the most important information at hand to¬†work effectively. One requirement could be to display information about incidents without opening them. Out of the box this is possible and … Continue reading

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Relations between Objects

Sometimes it can be useful to group different objects together. One requirement could be, to group a Computer, a Monitor and a Printer Object together to form a Workplace Object. This could be useful to easily recognize which objects belong … Continue reading

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