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Using the Service Manager SDK together with Powershell

When using Service Manager, you can use the out-of-the-box Powershell-SnapIn “smcmdletsnapin” to get access to a bunch of Powershell cmdlets. These can be used to display and change different objects within  the Service Manager Infrastructure. If this is not enough, you … Continue reading

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Service Manager SMlets Beta 3 released!

This is good news: Beta 3 of the famous SMlets have just been released. Thanks to Travis and Jim for their great work! You can find more details here. cu Marcel

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Accessing attached files of closed Change Requests

Due to a bug in Service Manager, it is no more possible to access attached files once a Change Request has been closed. The only thing you can do to get access to the files is changing the status of … Continue reading

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Automatically delete Objects that have the Status “Pending Delete”

When Configuration Items are deleted from the CMDB, these objects are not deleted instantly. Instead they are marked as deleted and are removed from the CI views. These CIs are now in the status “Pending Delete” and will remain in … Continue reading

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Service Manager Workflows – Part 1

To automate tasks, Service Manager brings it’s own Workflow Engine. Using the Authoring Tool you can build detailed Workflows to automate almost any task you want. And the best thing: it’s pretty easy! In this Blogpost Series i will show … Continue reading

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