Unable to Proceed error during upgrade Operations Manager 2012R2

During the upgrade of Operations Manager 2012R2 it is possible that you encounter some problems. For example, starting the upgrade process for Operations Manager 2012 R2 the following error is shown in some cases: "Setup is unable to proceed with installation for the following reason: “Setup could not detect the current Data Warehouse scenario. Please … Continue reading Unable to Proceed error during upgrade Operations Manager 2012R2

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Operations Manager Dashboards in Microsoft Visio

In this post I describe what cool items can be built with the Visio based dashboard solutions for System Center Operations Manager (SCOM). I am aware of the awesome products that are made by Squared Up and Savision which both can be used to make excellent dashboards. However, in this post I will focus on … Continue reading Operations Manager Dashboards in Microsoft Visio

SCOM License: Requested registry access is not allowed

After installing System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) 2012 R2 it is necessary to enter the product key. This can be done by the Operations Manager Shell, but if the command Set-SCOMLicense -ProductId <Product Key> was entered the message: set-scomlicense: Requested registry access is not allowed may appear (Figure 1). Figure 1. SCOM PowerShell License key … Continue reading SCOM License: Requested registry access is not allowed

Creating Rules in Operations Manager 2012 R2

In this post I will describe the necessary steps that must be followed in order to create a rule targeted against a group in Operations Manager (OpsMgr) 2012 R2. In this particular case I will create a rule that keeps an eye on the Windows Special Logon events. The procedure is as follows: Open the Operations … Continue reading Creating Rules in Operations Manager 2012 R2

Application Performance Monitoring – Client-Side Monitoring

Introduction In my previous post I described the configuration of Application Performance Monitoring (APM) for SharePoint 2010, including Client-Side Monitoring (CSM) for SharePoint. Unfortunately, CSM is not supported for SharePoint 2010 and the configuration of CSM as described in my previous post was found to give disappointing results. Therefore, I will describe the setup of CSM … Continue reading Application Performance Monitoring – Client-Side Monitoring

Application Performance Monitoring – SharePoint 2010

Introduction The last couple of weeks I was working for a customer to configure .NET Application Performance Monitoring (APM). One of the applications that they want to monitor is SharePoint 2010. In this blog post I will guide you through the configuration steps. Although this post is focused on SharePoint 2010, the Server Side configuration steps can … Continue reading Application Performance Monitoring – SharePoint 2010