Cameron Fuller
Cameron is a principal consultant for Catapult Systems. A Microsoft MVP (SCOM), Cameron blogs about infrastructure topics including SCOM, virtualization, Exchange and Active Directory. Cameron is a MCTS for SCOM and SCCM.
Jul 222014
Are you looking for quick ways to see what is in maintenance mode and get them back out of maintenance mode? This blog post goes through the following: What is currently in maintenance mode? Removing all objects from maintenance mode  What is curre ...[Read more]

Jul 212014
Microsoft announced today "Microsoft's Unified Technology Event for Enterprises": and also discussed at ...[Read more]

Jul 182014
Are you looking for a way to put objects other than computers into maintenance mode in Operations Manager 2012 R2? The PowerShell scripts are different for these between Operations Manager 2007 and 2012. The following are what we put together to put ...[Read more]

Jul 162014
Do you want to know how the Cloud is changing the landscape of System Center and our daily jobs? Are you interested in how you can leverage the Cloud to make your System Center solutions more powerful? Or are you trying to figure out how to monitor ...[Read more]

Jul 042014
Are you interested in learning more about System Center and looking for some good upcoming conferences? There are some great ones coming up, check out the following lineup for events over just the next six months! September 15-19, 2014: IT/Dev Conne ...[Read more]

Jul 032014
The magnifier application works well as a replacement for ZoomIt especially on platforms which do not support ZoomIt (such as my Surface 2 RT). I'm not sure how I missed this until now but it looks like it was added as a Windows key shortcut in Wind ...[Read more]

Jul 022014
Welcome to Part 5 on how to do crazy stuff for Operations Manager using SQL, XML and PowerShell (and now Excel!). In the next part of this blog series we will investigate how to use PowerShell and Excel together to provide an important piece of info ...[Read more]

Jul 012014
 Welcome to Part 4 on how to do crazy stuff for Operations Manager using SQL, XML and PowerShell. In Part 1 we covered places where Operations Manager could store data and used unique search stings to see what that data is stored either in the XML, ...[Read more]

Jun 302014
Are you interested in seeing how entities (objects) are configured in Operations Manager and how the hierarchy works? If so then check this utility out: A description of the utility ...[Read more]

Jun 272014
I recently had an unpleasant surprise when I realized that I had installed two of my Operations Manager database servers I had accidentally installed as an evaluation edition. I found this out when the databases would no longer start so that was &qu ...[Read more]

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