SCOM DB Fragmentation Issue

Sometimes SCOM environments slowness is occurring because of SQL fragmented indexes. Fragmentation happens when the logical order of pages in an index does not match the physical order in the data file. Because fragmentation can affect the performance of some queries, you need to monitor the fragmentation level of your indexes and, if required, perform … Continue reading SCOM DB Fragmentation Issue

Disable SCOM management pack on a group of agents

One of the advantages of the SCOM system is the accompanying Management Packs, these packages give us the ability to easily monitor all the system components automatically, but the monitoring by default is on all agents, what to do when you want to disable monitoring on some of the server group / Agents, for example, … Continue reading Disable SCOM management pack on a group of agents

Monitoring database query result using SCOM

For monitoring a result from DB, you must use either a script or a PS or VB type, when the script makes a query to the database analyze the information and alert according to the condition detection. It is common that to monitor multiple servers with different queries, additional monitoring is required when each monitoring … Continue reading Monitoring database query result using SCOM

How to create a new SCOM class and subclass

SCOM Admin needs to know the basic structure of Management packs and knowledge about classes and objects, what are the differences between the classes, and what is the projection of choosing a class. Management packs provided by the products companies like Microsoft for Active Directory Exchange, and so forth, do the work for us, by … Continue reading How to create a new SCOM class and subclass

System Center Configuration Manager – Powershell Query .MIF .SID and .SIC files in inboxes

The Issue Is there a script that can 'read' through the Configuration Manager inboxes ( \Microsoft Configuration Manager\inboxes\auth\sinv.box\BADSinv) and can output/return a list of computer names which failed their software inventory? There was a similar query that does this for Hardware Inventory by Querying *.MIF files $ConfigMgrBoxPath = "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Configuration Manager\inboxes\auth\dataldr.box\BADMIFS" Get-ChildItem -Path $ConfigMgrBoxPath … Continue reading System Center Configuration Manager – Powershell Query .MIF .SID and .SIC files in inboxes