Tag Archives: runbook

More transparency in SLO Management by reusing the “Target Resolution Time” field

SM12 has a great feature for Service Level Management. I will not go into any details because this was already described here or here. With SM12 you are very flexible to deal with different service levels, metrics and also time … Continue reading

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News in SCSM12 (Beta) #8 – Permissions for triggering System Center Orchestrator runbooks

This question comes up a lot: “What permissions are needed to trigger runbooks in System Center Orchestrator?” Sure, you can give all service accounts administrative permissions on all components and that would work somehow, but this is not really what … Continue reading

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News in SCSM12 (Beta) #3 – Automation of Service Requests

In my last blog post I talked about the new Service Request Work Item type and how to use them. Service Requests are great, but it would be even cooler to automate the IT processes behind it. This is possible when … Continue reading

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Get the SMTP Address of a User CI

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

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SCSM Extensions V2.0 OIP (Opalis Integration Pack)

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

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