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Month: September 2016

Enable Proxy as a default setting in SCOM 2016

Enable Proxy as a default setting in SCOM 2016

As you may know, the default setting for new SCOM agents is that proxy is disabled. You can enable this agent by agent in the console, or even use script automation. But as more and more management packs require this capability to be enabled (e.g. Active Directory, SharePoint, Clustering, etc.), it makes really more sense to just enable this by default. In order to achieve this, just connect to a SCOM Management Server and run these PowerShell commands.

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Install SCOM 2016 PowerShell Modules without SCOM Console

Install SCOM 2016 PowerShell Modules without SCOM Console

If you work with SCOM and custom management packs, you are most likely using SCOM PowerShell modules. By default, these modules are installed with the console using SCOM setup. But one of my customers needed to install these modules on a Gateway Server installed on a Windows Server 2016 Core running custom PowerShell rules. In order to install SCOM 2016 PowerShell Modules on a Windows Server or even on a Windows Client without having to install SCOM console and its…

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