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28
Jan

SCO: Run .NET Script Workarounds for PowerShell

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Greetings and Felicitations, readers! This week’s blog post is on the subject of System Center Orchestrator and the very useful, yet sometimes fickle, Run .NET Script activity.   As many users are already aware, the Run .NET Script activity can be used to run PowerShell scripts directly within a runbook, processing or generating data and […]

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21
Jan

Finding Unused Runbooks in System Center Orchestrator

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If you have been using System Center Orchestrator for any period of time there are chances that you have many different unused runbooks in your environment.  Many organizations will version their runbooks and create new versions of runbooks without removing the old runbooks for fear that they might still be referenced through other runbooks.  I […]

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15
Jan

2012 R2 DirectAccess

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Looking to do 2012 R2 DirecAccess? You only want a single nic? And you want to use a NAT? Well read on then!     Recently we implemented DirectAccess for our internal infrastructure. A couple of items to note is that I’m not publishing the final configuration that’s been updated with the proper certificates, but […]

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