MCF Over Tiering

If you are not familiar with MCF in MOM 2005 you can read more about it here. I do not go into detail about MCF here as that is an area best covered by Jakub. What I do want to show you is how to setup MCF over tiering using the Operations Manager Command Shell. I encourage you…

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This tier is your tier…

If you happen to have multiple management groups and you need a way of seeing alerts aggregated across all of your Management Groups or you need a way of managing one Management Group via another (proxy) Management Group then tierring is just the ticket. The Operations Manager Command Shell provides explicit support for creating tiers and…

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One Provider to Rule Them All!

Along with a healthy dose of Cmdlets, the Operations Manager snapin (aka “Command Shell”) includes a PowerShell Provider that allows you to manage one or more Management Groups at the same time.  To start, create a connection to each Management Group you want to manage. For example… # Connect directly to a Management Group New-ManagementGroupConnection mg1.redmond.corp.microsoft.com or…

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Have your PowerShell and our Cmdlets too…

Adding the Operations Manager Snapin As you may already know, the PowerShell is an extensible environment, as such we have tried to create a useful starting point for you by loading the Operations Manager Cmdlets and functions within a PowerShell environment named “Command Shell”. For those of you who need to customize the PowerShell experience…

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