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Month: September 2015

Add a Consolidator Condition to a SCOM Monitor

Add a Consolidator Condition to a SCOM Monitor

In a lot of default SCOM management packs provided by Microsoft, we can found 2-state or 3-state monitor without consolidator. This means that as soon as the state detection condition (based on a script for example) executed at a regular interval no longer fulfills the criteria, the associated monitor goes directly into a warning or critical condition and generally create an alert. But mostly, this is only a temporary status that corresponds to side effects resulting from other network services, and…

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Error: Repair a Suspect MSSQL Database

Error: Repair a Suspect MSSQL Database

If you have your MSSQL database that is tagged as suspect and you are unable to connect to it, you will need to launch a query to check the database integrity. Remember that your MSSQL consider a database as suspect for these reasons : The database could have become corrupted. There is not enough space available for the SQL Server to recover the database during startup. The database cannot be opened due to inaccessible files or insufficient memory or disk space….

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Deployment of Microsoft Intune – Part 4

Deployment of Microsoft Intune – Part 4

In the previous part of the series, we saw how to grant your users the rights to connect to Intune platform, to enroll their mobile devices, and to create configuration policies. Here we will see how to implement automatic deployment of company portal application during device enrollment and to configure custom OMA-URI settings for WP 8.1 devices. Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 1 Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 2 Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 3 In order to implement automatic deployment…

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Error: SCOM Delta Synchronization Engine Failed to Execute (Event ID 29181)

Error: SCOM Delta Synchronization Engine Failed to Execute (Event ID 29181)

In the event viewer of your management server, if you see recursive error with Event ID 29181 with exception Data access operation failed, it means that Delta Synchronization engine work item failed to execute due to incorrect configuration of SQL Compatibility Level. To fix this error, you have to change SQL Compatibility Level to SQL 2008(100) or newer of your Operations Manager database in SQL Management Studio.

Error: WinRM issue during SCOM Agent Installation on a Linux Machine

Error: WinRM issue during SCOM Agent Installation on a Linux Machine

During agent deployment on Linux machine from SCOM console, if you encounter this WinRM error: The WinRM client received an HTTP status code of 501 from the remote WS-Management service. To fix the problem you have to uninstall KB2585542 on all management servers. And you also have to add this registry key on all management servers.

Deployment of Microsoft Intune – Part 3

Deployment of Microsoft Intune – Part 3

In the previous part of the series, we saw how to grant your users the rights to connect to Intune platform and more important to enroll their mobile devices. Here we will see how to configure settings and to manage applications through Microsoft Intune policies (only WP 8.1 devices on this part). Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 1 Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 2 Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 4 Considering that devices are managed by Microsoft Intune, we have to…

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Deployment of Microsoft Intune – Part 2

Deployment of Microsoft Intune – Part 2

In the first part of this series, we saw how to create a Microsoft Intune tenant and how to synchronize your local Active Directory to it. Now we have to grant users right to connect to this platform and more important to enroll their mobile devices (only WP 8.1 devices on this part). Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 1 Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 3 Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 4 In order to do this, you…

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Deployment of Microsoft Intune – Part 1

Deployment of Microsoft Intune – Part 1

The goal of this series will be to implement and configure Microsoft Intune as MDM (Mobile Device Management) solution for mobile devices (Android, iOS and Windows Phone) and PC. Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 2 Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 3 Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 4 In order to configure and use Microsoft Intune (or other Microsoft Cloud services like Office 365), you need first to synchronize your on-premises Active Directory with Azure Active Directory. To accomplish…

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Azure Active Directory Synchronization

Azure Active Directory Synchronization

In the case you need to work with Microsoft Cloud services like Office 365, Intune, Azure, you will have to synchronize your on-premises Active Directory objects (users, contacts, and groups) to Microsoft cloud services (Azure Active Directory). In order to accomplish this, you will have to choose between Same Sign On or Single Sign On. Same Sign-On, will use synchronization tools (DirSync, AADSync and FIM) to synchronize your on-premises Active Directory objects and their associated password (requires Password Sync). It…

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