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OpsMgr: Counting logs and producing reports simplified

Tao has to be one of my favorite bloggers.  He provides some great information and his posts are constant.  Based on the level of his posts, you can tell he works deep in the trenches with System Center products.  It’s always great to find an individual who is both knowledgeable and willing to share the knowledge.  It’s a lot rarer than you think.

In a recent post, Tao has developed a method to use PowerShell to count log files and produce reports in OpsMgr that show the results.  This is all based on customer needs and requests.

Read Tao’s latest post: Using SCOM To Count Logs and Produce Reports

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