Windows Server Operating System Management Pack Extension Update – v1.2.5.6

In the end of the last year I updated my Custom Operating System Management pack. I added few things to it 😉

Tasks:
Custom Logged in Users => Returns Logged users on Computer
Custom Log Out User => Log Out User from Computer

Rules:
Unexpected shutdown => Collects Server Unexpected Shutdown
Pending reboot => Collects Servers which are in pending reboot state

Custom PS Remote task was Deprecated since it was included in Microsoft OS MP.

Updated MP can be downloaded from here.

Here are few details..

Custom Logged in Users
You can use this task to check which users are connected to computer through RDP. In Windows Computers view select desired server and click on Task “Custom Logged in Users”. New task window appears.

LogedOnUsersTask
Once it is opened click Run.

LogedOnUsersTask2

And you should get logged on users 🙂

Custom Log Out User
You can use this task to log Out particular user. In Windows Computers view select desired server and click on Task “Custom Log Out User”. New task window appears.

LogOffUsers

Click on override, insert desired User Name and click Override. Then Click Run

LogOffUsers2

And user is logged off.

LogOffUsers3

Unexpected shutdown
This Rule gathers Unexpected Shutdown of server. If server is Shut Down unexpectedly you will get Critical Alert in SCOM

UnexpectedShutDown

Pending reboot
This Rule gathers Application or Update pending reboot on servers. This rule is disabled by default. You need to override it in order to work.

PendingRebootPicture

So you won’t have to scroll on top you can click this link for download.

Here is Old link where you can check what was already included in previous release.

 

Hope you like it

Jure

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One Response to Windows Server Operating System Management Pack Extension Update – v1.2.5.6

  1. Pingback: Windows Server Operating System Management Pack Extension | Rather Serious SCOM Blog

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