Tag: Powershell

Set-SCOMMaintenanceMode Deluxe ed. [#opsmgr #powershell]

Untimely, perhapsWhile most of us are waiting for SCOM 2016 RTM to be generally available i’ve completely forgot to blog about my little Set-SCOMMaintenanceModeDeluxe.ps1 script I wrote a while ago. It is pretty much a small extension to the regular Set-SCOMMaintenanceMode cmdlet that allows you to set Computers, Groups or specific Windows Services into maintenance mode.I have yet to make it a proper module (although I have promised myself to do so) so you’d still have to manually download the script and execute it the old-fashioned way. I’ve uploaded it as a public gist on github, so feel free to add adapt it to your needs. Here’s the gist

PoSH Grid Dashboard for RDSH [#opsmgr]

TLDRCustomer wanted to see all RDS Host servers in a view with their current total session count. Decided to use a powershell grid dashboard, and share the script. Here’s the gist of it: SCOM_RDSH_TotalSession_PoSHWidget.ps1 How ToKeeping it fairly short this time. Pre-requisites are: System Center 2012 R2 with UR2 or later Microsoft RDS Management Pack Microsoft Windows Core OS Management Pack Create a dashboard Rightclick and create a new view somewhere, make it a Dashboard View Enter Name and Description Select Grid type, and layout