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SCORCH : An introduction to Orchestrator – Schedules

Schedules enable you to define when a Workflow or Activity can run. For example, there may be times when it is inappropriate to run some Workflows, such as running a backup Workflow on a main server during regular business hours. 404 more words

Remediating SCOM Alerts Using Orchestrator

One of the most effective Orchestrator runbooks is the ability to remediate SCOM alerts, If you receive a certain SCOM alert and you used to solve it following manual tasks everytime, you can create a runbook which can automate it all.. 530 more words

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Create your first simple Orchestrator runbook (Automating AD User Account Creation)

Welcome to the blog .. to be simple .. System Center Orchestrator is a workflow tool dedicated to automate repeated tasks .. this is done by integrating SCO with other systems by using what is called the integration packs and setting conditions that will trigger the solution you design “The Runbook” to do the repeated tasks you used to do one by one automatically reducing time and cost, I assume you have a little knowledge of Orchestrator as this blog is not dedicated to be an intro to SCO neither explaining SCO architecture .. 706 more words

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SCORCH : An introduction to Orchestrator – Computer Groups

System Center 2012 – Orchestrator is designed to interact with all of your data center systems. Computer groups let you target selected activities against a set of similar computer systems instead of a single computer. 558 more words

Connecting SCORCH API to C#.Net web reference

Now lets see on how to connect to system center orchestrator web service API to visual studio. This would help us in case if you are building an application which has to initiate or trigger a runbook and get the results and display it to the user. 194 more words

Setup REST Connection to System Center Orchestrator from vRO

Enter the URL with the port number. In my case its a custom port of 8943. The default will be 443 in most environments.
Select NTLM Authentication. 50 more words

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