Using SCOM PowerShell Snap-in and SDK client with a PowerShell Remote Session

Recently, I’ve been working on a utility based on PowerShell scripts using WinForms GUI to perform some SCOM tasks (i.e. create maintenance window, approve manually installed agents, adding network devices, etc.). Since this script is going to be widely used in the organisation when it’s completed, I’ve always kept in mind that when users run this utility, the utility should only connect to SCOM SDK service when required and disconnect as soon as the task is done. In another word, I don’t want this utility to remain connected to the SDK service because Microsoft recommends the concurrent connections should not

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