Author Archives: sentryboy

Outlook Save-Attachments macro

With all props and credit to ArcaneCode, I post here a fork of his save-attachments macro.  My needs were a bit different from ArcaneCode’s so I made some substantial modifications. Specifically, I want there to be an attachment in my email … Continue reading

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BaseManagedEntityId

Did you ever notice that GUIDs in error messages can seem consistent across management groups? Did you ever wonder why you could count on your Managed Object IDs being the same across management groups? Probably not, but it can actually … Continue reading

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A little thing about GroupCalc

It only works on the RMS.  In hindsight this seems intuitive, but I didn’t figure it out until I banged my head on it for hours.  GroupCalc creates these neat Containment relationship objects using all kinds of cool query abilities. … Continue reading

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SQL Query to get Group Members

I didn’t see the posted anywhere.  If you know of someone with a script like this, please put it in the comments.  Boris has a nice PS script to do this here. To get a quick list of the objects … Continue reading

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Database MP Phase II

I decided to add database discovery to the MP.  The attached MP is an expansion of my prior post. Start by creating a database to hold information about the objects. And fill it with some rows Next create a new … Continue reading

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Reading a database table like a log file

Some applications log status updates to a database table, rather than drop them in a text file or eventlog.  I was able to get OpsMgr to read a database table like a log file, and thought I should post the … Continue reading

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Member Health

A couple of posts (1,2) in the newsgroup got my interest recently. Rollup monitors allow you to set the health of a container object to the worst health of any member, the best health of any member, or the health … Continue reading

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