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SCOM: Add community power and keep the engine running…

By Dieter Wijckmans

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Let’s face it: a good program is like a car. You need to maintain it properly to keep it in running condition. Well this is also the case with SCOM. I visit a lot of clients and one of the main questions I get is in fact how to make sure SCOM stays healthy and running.

Well there are some indicators in SCOM itself suggesting that there are issues with the install but unfortunately they are easily missed or looked over.

So this is where the awesome SCOMunity steps in!

This post should become your one stop location to find some of the leading community management packs you’ll need to keep your SCOM environment going or at least very easily pinpoint where there are (potential) issues.

These are management packs I actually install at almost every client I visit:

TAO Yang’s Self Maintenance management pack

Tao has been an active member of the Scomunity for quite some time now and his self maintenance management pack is already in version 2.4.0. This management pack features a lot of tasks and checks that every SCOM admin should perform but it’s always cool to have a management pack doing it for you. Before I used …read more

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