For those still working with System Center Service Manager, Microsoft has now tacked on an update to bring better compatibility and fix open bugs.
The update brings Service Manager to version 1807.
In addition to the support for SQL Server 2017, the following bugs are addressed:
- System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) Console and System Center Service Manager (SCSM) Console or PowerShell components can now coexist on the same server. Note: You must also install System Center Operations Manager version 1807 to enable this fix.
- The date and time format in some of the views is made to be consistent with the settings on the local machine
- The Service Manager Console is fixed to release the memory used as soon as the respective window (UI) is closed
- Fixes issues for console crashes (non en-us locale) that occured when importing a connector as a CSV file are fixed
- Fixes issues for console crashes that occured when it is brought back into focus after it is left out of focus for some time are fixed
- Introduced indexes to make the workflow status view load faster
- Data Warehouse (DW) Cube processing is made faster (query enhancement) and thereby preventing stale reports
- DateDim tables in DWDataMart are now extended till 12/31/2050
- TargetWarningDate in Service Level Objects (SLO) is now fixed to take into consideration the working hours and days defined in the associated calendar
- While creating requests with files as attachments in Self Service Portal erroneous failure messages were generated when the requests were successfully generated, this has been fixed
- For synchronizing the Active Directory (AD) connector with a specific Domain Controller, users can now specify the Domain Controller in the LDAP query of the Active Directory (AD) connector
- System Center Configuration Manager 1802 is now supported for Configuration Manager Connectors in Service Manager
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