In the first part of this blog series, we took a deep dive into the Service Manager Change Log grooming workflow and explained exactly how it works. In this last part, we’ll walk through how we can build our own […]
As you know, Service Manager natively tracks every property and relationship change on every object in the CMDB. This information is visible in the console via the History tab. Although there are some forms that do not show this tab […]
I have created a Video presentation with some suggestions on why, when, and how to create Management Pack Bundles for System Center Service Manager 2012! We will make use of the Service Manager CMDlet : “New-SCSMManagementPackBundle” as well as Anton’s […]
Nate Lasnoski shares about Configuring Service Manager for Performance and Scale during MMS 2013 presentation.
During the course of various SCSM integration projects, we have the need to import data from external data sources such as CSV files or External Databases from other systems (Inventory Systems, Remedy Service Desk, etc.) and place them in seperate […]
A few days ago, I had the privilege of presenting at the System Center Service Manager User Group (SCSMUG). The topic was on how to build your own self-service reports with Service Manager and SSRS. I’ve included a link to […]