May 2011 - Posts
System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 delivers industry leading fabric managment, virtual machine management and services deployment in private cloud environments. Virtual Machine Manager 2012 offers key new features that include hypervisor creation and management, network management, storage management, private cloud creation, self-service usage and service creation. It features deep investments in server application virtualization, service design and service modeling all of which can be used to efficiently offer an on-premises private cloud.
Sometimes you want to know who have closed some alerts, then using this report you can have a list to get this info. Take a look:
SCOM Resolved Alerts (By Analyst)
Alert.vAlert.AlertName AS 'Name',
Alert.vAlert.AlertDescription AS 'Description',
Alert.vAlertResolutionState.StateSetByUserId AS 'Resolved By',
Alert.vAlertResolutionState.StateSetDateTime AS 'Date'
Alert.vAlert INNER JOIN
Alert.vAlertResolutionState ON Alert.vAlert.AlertGuid = Alert.vAlertResolutionState.AlertGuid
(Alert.vAlertResolutionState.ResolutionState = 255)
ORDER BY 'Resolved By'
This cumulative update is a rollup of fixes for System
Center Service Manager 2010 SP1. It supersedes SP1 Cumulative Update 1 (CU1)
and contains a superset of the fixes that are provided in SP1 CU1. It can be
applied to SP1 CU1 or directly to a Service Manager 2010 SP1 installation. This
update contains a set of bug fixes to the Service Manager 2010 SP1 release. It
should be applied to all Service Manager 2010 SP1 server installations and to
any Authoring Tool installations.
Included in this update are fixes for the following
Exception when navigating views in the UI
Console stability fix while switching between views
Knowledge search performance enhancement
Console performance improvement
Enhancements to grooming
Bug fix in notifications infrastructure
Added ability to see affected incidents in portal
Active Directory Connector enhancement
Extending a large-volume class causes the Service
Manager console to stop responding indefinitely.
Adding a 25th child item on a list results in an
Fact tables that are based on relationships with
properties lose data after the relationship is deleted.
Please see THIS LINK for additional detail and installation
Hope this helps.
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