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SCSM Notifications with Orchestrator Roll-Up

Hello Everyone,

I’ve rolled up several recent blog posts on using Orchestrator for notifications in conjunction with various items, especially including some of the bugs we found along the way.  I’ve found that this technique has been scalable, easy to use, and helpful for the deployments we’ve been using it on.  The pairing of Service Manager and Orchestrator has its nuances, but the benefits are clear in the right implementation context.


SCSM Notifications with Orchestrator and SMLets:



Orchestrator not Loading SMLets in PowerShell Session in runbook:



Access Denied Registering Assembly DLL for SMLets on Orchestrator:



SCSM Notify “Assigned To” User on Assignment Change with Orchestrator





Nathan Lasnoski


Nathan Lasnoski is the Director of Concurrency’s Infrastructure Practice, a Datacenter MVP and a recognized leader in Core Infrastructure Design, SharePoint Infrastructure, Virtualization, and Unified Communications technologies.

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