Did you know System Center Service Manager had two PowerShell modules? Learn more about the differences between the modules and what they can do for you!
Service Manager has the ability to import data from both Configuration Manager 2007 and 2012. Learn to establish this connection in this easy how-to!
Learn how to update the action log of an incident in Service Manager using System Center 2012 Orchestrator in this handy how-to article.
Add IT Asset Management (ITAM) functionality to your Service Manager 2012 R2 ITIL system
Are your System Center – Orchestrator runbooks out of control? Find out more about how Orchestrator Health Checker can help!
In part 2 of this series, find out how to perform an update to Configuration Manager 2012 R2 from Configuration Manager 2012 SP1.
Discover how to prepare your production implementation of an upgrade to Configuration Manager 2012 R2.
Can you name the five System Center 2012 Configuration Manager (SCMM) server templates? Check out this informative overview!
In part 9 of our series, discover where to add code to the template we’ve created to bring the DSC module to life!
Want to give making your own DSC resource a whirl? Check out part 8 of our super-series on Desired State Configuration!
In part 7 of this multi-part series, learn to use GitHub, PowerShell, and the DSC community libraries to your advantage!
Learn to use community-shared Desired State Configuration (DSC) resource providers in part six of this series.
We’re back with our series on Desired State Configuration (DSC)! In part 5, learn to take a .MOF file and publish it to the pull server.