PowerShell Script to Extract CMDB Data From System Center Service Manager Using SDK

Background In my previous post Writing PowerShell Module That Interact With Various SDK Assemblies, I’ve explained how to create a PowerShell module that embeds various SDK DLLs and I’ve used System Center Service Manager SDK as an example. Well, the reason that I created the module for Service Manager SDK is because I needed to write a script to extract CMDB data from Service Manager. In this post, I’ll go through what’ I’ve done and the script can also be downloaded at the end of the article. So, I needed to write a script to export configuration items from Service

Unable to Select VMM Server in Assign Cloud Resources Wizard in Service Manager

In the last few days, I’ve been going through the labs from Microsoft’s course 10750A: Monitoring and Operating a Private Cloud with System Center 2012. As part of the lab, I installed the System Center 2012 SP1 version of the Cloud Service Process Pack (CSPP). Last night, I created a Cloud Resources Subscription Request, and then tried to assign the cloud resources to this request. While I was going through the “Assign Cloud Resources” wizard, I got stuck because my VMM server does not show up in the drop down list: This has really annoyed me as it’s hard for

Failed to Connect to VMM 2012 via Service Manager Connector and Orchestrator VMM Integration Pack

I was thinking about how I can make my study room quieter and cooler as I had 4 desktop machines under my desks. The VMM server in my lab was running on a very old PC. Couple of weeks ago I bought a HP Proliant N54L Microserver and rebuilt the VMM server on it. I put a 128GB SSD (For OS and all the apps), a 1TB SATA (For VMM Library) and 2x4GB DDR3 memory sticks on it, it runs so quiet, I can hardly hear it. HP Proliant N54L:   Yesterday, I was going through the labs for Microsoft

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