Create Azure monitor Alert based on Custom metrics

Azure Diagnostics Extension provides the basic monitoring and diagnostics capabilities on a Azure resources. Diagnostics agent enable monitoring Azure guest VM, with capabilities to use standard metrics and to add a new extended metrics that are not collected by default. This is can be done by allowing “Diagnostics Settings” on azure virtual machine, “Enable guest … Continue reading Create Azure monitor Alert based on Custom metrics

Field Notes: Azure Active Directory Connect – Custom Installation with Pass-Through Authentication & a remote SQL Server

Integrating your on-premises directories with Azure Active Directory makes your users more productive by providing a common identity for accessing both cloud and on-premises resources.  Azure Active Directory Connect is the Microsoft tool designed to meet and accomplish your hybrid identity goals.  It provides features such as password hash synchronization, pass-through authentication, federation integration, and … Continue reading Field Notes: Azure Active Directory Connect – Custom Installation with Pass-Through Authentication & a remote SQL Server

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