Tag Archives: sm12
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.
Hey all. As part of our Private Cloud workshop series, we have a new workshop for Service Manager 2012 ready for you. Next date will be October 29th until November 2nd 2012, the workshop is held in Bern/Switzerland in German … Continue reading
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
SM12 brings a new Web Portal that is based on SharePoint. This is pretty cool because you can now combine the Service Manager functionality together with the rich function set of SharePoint. One thing I normally do is creating an alias … Continue reading
To use Service Manager you first have to generate objects in the CMDB. To quickly fill the Configuration Database with lots of objects from good quality, SM12 offers different connectors. This concept is not new to SM12, but there are new … Continue reading
In my last blog post I talked about automating Service Requests with Service Manager 2012, and I also promised to show how to allow end users and other consumers to directly create new Service Requests from a Web Portal. This … Continue reading