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Add Group Managers as Approvers to Folder Access Requests

In my previous post Automate Access to Folders With Service Manager and Orchestrator I described how I had created a service manager template and orchestrator runbook to add users to the right security group when they requested access to a folder. 506 more words


Adding Service Owners As Approvers in Service Manager

When raising a change request its important that the right people get visibility of them. In Service Manager Business Service Owners can be added as CR approvers through Orchestrator. 646 more words


The Merchant of Venice directed by Rupert Goold at the Almeida Theatre

The production of The Merchant of Venice directed by Rupert Goold (which was previously shown at RSC Stratford in 2011) has recently been re-staged at the… 88 more words


HTML encode Incident description when using Orchestrator Send Email Activity

When using the Send Email activity in System Center Orchestrator, one can choose between sending E-mails in “normal” text format or sending them HTML formatted. Well, since HTML offers much more options to format a message this is normally be the way to go. 253 more words


Wieden + Kennedy's "Tesco Christmas" campaign

I’ve been working on a number of arrangements for Tesco’s Christmas¬†television advertising campaign which launched yesterday, produced by the brilliant Wieden + Kennedy (who I previously collaborated with¬†for the multi award winning… 53 more words


Unable to start Orchestrator service

Yes it happened to me , you’re not alone ;)
Don’t waste your time looking for more log files. If you’ve tried almost everything, start thinking about your memory resources. 57 more words


Automate Access to Folders With Service Manager and Orchestrator

Following on from previous posts on 1) Automating Permissions Reporting With Orchestrator and 2) Permissions Logging With Powershell this post discusses how to use the previously created database that contains the network folder to security group mappings to automatically add a user to the correct AD group when they have requested access to a network folder. 486 more words