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System Center 2012 Service Manager and Orchestrator Walkthrough

Antoni Hanus has written up a brilliant and extremely detailed “how-to” on creating a self-service new-hire provisioning experience using Service Manager and Orchestrator. His post is a great read if you want to see a step-by-step example of the awesomeness which can be realized by brining these two products together, or if you’re interested in learning the more arcane tips-n-tricks of authoring Management Packs using the Authoring Tool. 37 more words

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Are you having problems when adding the PSSnapin for exchange in powershell when using the “Run .Net Script” in Orchestrator? Then take a look at this post! 149 more words


"The only love affair I have ever had was..."

“The only love affair I have ever had was with music.” – Maurice Ravel, 1875-1937, French National, Swiss-Basque composer. orchestrator, transcriber, painter, pianist


Padding your incident resolution stats without lifting a finger! Operations Manager, Service Manager & Orchestrator working in harmony!

I have to give props to the excellent blog article done by Pete Zerger that talks about using an Orchestrator Runbook in conjunction with Operations Manager to help with service recovery on a global scale. 338 more words


Continue or break?

A few weeks ago “Microsoft Virtual Academy” asked, on their Facebook page, “What is the difference between the continue and break statement in C#?” todays post will be a quick tip about that but instead of C# it will be in powershell. 146 more words


Getting Started With VMWare vCenter Orchestrator (vCO) 💭 #Storage #PS

☁ Getting Started with VMware vCenter Orchestrator – Building Many Virtual Machines

Click Here to read the Blog Entry: ->http://bit.ly/1vfLK32

This is a Great Read with regards to VM Creation and the use of the… 50 more words


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It’s summer in Sweden and as always at summertime we have tropical heat, around 18°C with a touch of rain – now that calls for a beer! 223 more words