SCOM Management Properties and Tasks Pack for Agents and Server Roles

This is a little example MP for some things that are possible with SCOM.  It also serves as a good example MP on how to write classes, discoveries, and most importantly many task examples for command line, VBscript, and PowerShell.I didn’t write all these – a bunch of ideas came

 
 
 
 
 
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  • how to
    1 Posts | Last post August 29, 2017
    • for the ones who want to delete the risky tasks.
      
      Goto Authoring > management pack objects > task, click scope and type "scom management" This results in 3 classes and you can select all the classes or just the "SCOM agent management task". Delete any task you don't want.
  • acs agent restart
    1 Posts | Last post July 17, 2017
    • Hi Kevin,
      
      ACS is a diffrent story and i don't know how popular ACS is, but why not to add ACS agent and ACS Collector services restarts?
      and maybe also APM.
      
      thank you.
  • 7.0.0.4 Not An Upgrade?
    2 Posts | Last post July 12, 2017
    • Hi Kevin
      Thanks for the great MP. I have 1.0.0.77 but see that when I went to import 7.0.0.4 it doesnt upgrade the old one. Was this intentional?
      Thanks
      Steve
    • Actually, I see why now, as it is not just Agents (it's the Management Servers too now). I will delete the Agent Management 1.0.0.77 MP now.  Thanks
  • HealthState
    1 Posts | Last post June 07, 2017
    • Hi, It would be nice to see also the health state of that agent.
      I know i already can see this Operations MAnager - Agent Details - Agent Health State,... 
      But, In your view we have (almost) all the interested things in one view.
      However, thank you for this nice MP.
  • Minor bug
    2 Posts | Last post May 16, 2017
    • Hey Kevin
      
      Not sure where to submit findings, so I'm writing here. Hope that's okay.
      
      I believe your ScriptName for the Agent.Management.ExportEventLog.WA is wrong. It's a minor thing, but it had me confused for a second.
      
      Otherwise, this seems like a fantastic bag of useful tools. Thanks a bunch!
    • Thank you!  Fixed and updated