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29
Jun

One editor many Languages – Visual Studio Code

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I have been working a lot with Power Shell ISE and debugging scripts,  PS ISE is good but not the best as a debugger.  I was attending a Microsoft event when I was introduced to my new favorite editor, Visual Studio Code editor,  which was released to public preview on April 14, 2016.  You can customize it by installing […]

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22
Jun

Fixing Web Recording in SCOM 2012 R2

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Hello fellow monitoring aficionados,   Today we’re going to be talking about Web Transaction Monitoring. Specifically, the issues with getting the web recorder to work on newer operating systems and browsers. This has been covered in other blogs as well, but my goal is to bring all of the information in one place and provide […]

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09
Jun

SCSM: UR7 Bug & Fix: Activity Implementers Unable to Complete Manual Activities

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Summary SCSM 2012 R2 Update Rollup 7 introduced a bug with the permissions of Activity Implementers. This post contains a script used to create a workaround until the bug is addressed. Introduction   In a previous post (link), I discussed why SCSM 2012 R2’s Update Rollup 7 was essential to any organization using SCSM. That […]

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03
Jun

Server 2016 TP5

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Server 2016 is right around the corner and I’m sure everyone has copious amounts of free time to learn about the new features in Server 2016…No? This post can serve as a 101 list of features in Server 2016. Below you’ll find a small list of interesting features to get your learning path started in […]

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