Author: Jim Bezdan

SCSM 2012: Failed to execute Submit Operation, event id 26319

At a customer of mine a issue with Incident Requests in System Center 2012 R2 Service Manager was reported. Some users reported that they received the error:”Failed to execute Submit operation. Fix the reported error before… – The user <domain><accountname>  does not have sufficient permission to perform the operation. Full error in the console was: […]

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Next WMUG NL Webinar announced with Johan Arwidmark

Last week we announced our next Windows Management User Group Netherlands Webinar. On May the 6th we have invited Enterprise Client Management MVPs Johan Arwidmark to talk with us about OSD – MDT 2013 & ConfigMgr 2012 R2 highlights. Johan Arwidmark is the Chief Technical Architect with Knowledge Factory. He is a consultant, author and […]

Next WMUG NL meeting announced with Kent Agerlund and Brian Mason

Last week we announced our next Windows Management User Group Netherlands meeting. On May the 22nd we have invited Enterprise Client Management MVPs Kent Agerlund and Brian Mason to talk with us about Patch Management. Kent is joining us from Denmark to talk with us about third party software updates with System Center 2012 R2 […]

Implementing RBAC in System Center 2012 R2 Service Manager

This blogpost will detail my experiences and insights gained from implementing Role Based Access Control (RBAC) in a System Center 2012 R2 Service Manager environment. Overview: After installing Service Manager a couple of so called User Roles are created: Report User End User Read-Only Operator Activity Implementer Change Initiator Incident Resolver Problem Analyst Change Manager […]

WMUG NL Meeting on subject Monitoring on the 12th of February

On Wednesday evening the 12th of February the Windows Management User Group Netherlands is organizing a new event. This time the subject throughout the evening will be monitoring, and for this we have found three excellent and knowledgeable speakers on the monitoring subject. We start with Stefan Stranger, who will talk about using PowerShell with […]

Event: Dutch VMware User Group conference on March 6th

On the 6th of March, the Dutch VMware User Group, which is a subsidairy of the global VMware User Group organizes a conference in the Netherlands. The conference which starts at 8:30 and end at 17:30 will be held in Conferenciecentrum 1931, in Den Bosch. The keynote of the event will be hosted by Brian […]

Configuring Group Policies for your ConfigMgr Servers

Disclaimer: Please test and validate this in your test environment, don’t take the information i provide for granted. This article describes a method to determine correct settings and doesn’t supply the answer to your specific environment ! When you are installing System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) in environments where group policies are used to control […]