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Posted Sunday, March 23, 2008 2:30 PM
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Posted Monday, March 24, 2008 1:21 AM
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First of all thank the author for the information sharing. This cannot be an article. This comes under knowledge/information sharing. I would request Steve to open a new category called 'Information Sharing', where we can share our tips, new tools available.

I also want comment on this from my forum partner.

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Nice job Scott. I'm looking forward to seeing the code coming out of this effort.

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Posted Monday, March 24, 2008 5:22 AM


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Nice work! do you have a link to download the toolbox?
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Posted Monday, March 24, 2008 5:56 AM


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Nice short to-the-point article on some very useful information... thanks!

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That's a good idea, and one I had not thought about previously except when I needed to dive into my own custom management pack. I'm not sure what you have to gain by stripping something out of a default SCOM management pack, unless your company was not using SCOM.

I am always trying to put extra code on top of the defaults, so now I will remember to look inside some of the default packs to see how they are getting the job done. One thing I have been struggling with recently is setting up a way to customize the discovery of a service (i.e. Sybase) in a similar fashion to how MSSQL is discovered. This would make the custom groups and rules I create much easier to administer.

Anyway, thanks for the tip, and I look forward to reading more.


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Posted Monday, March 24, 2008 6:21 AM
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Little actual content in this article. How about some links? Or some examples of the code you've customised, in VB.net or C#?

It does sound interesting, but why exactly do you recommend a virtual server? Have you had some problems, or is this just a safety precaution? Obviously people don't deply trial software to their 10TB production estates.
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Although it's early (just saw the article earlier this morning), it's already yielding results, because -- while I "speak VB", we exclusively use C#. And as I am researching, I'm seeing some great candidates for conversion that can then be incorporated into all sorts of useful things like CLR packages, ReportingServices reports, etc.

Thanks for the heads up!!
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Posted Monday, March 24, 2008 8:20 AM
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Nice work! do you have a link to download the toolbox?



http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/bb738014.aspx

It will ask you to register with microsoft. Its a huge file of 280 MB. I will download it from home.


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I love having new tools to help me and my clients do our jobs more efficiently, but unfortunately I don't have time to install a big software package and play around with extracting/converting code. If anyone does take the time to do this I would very much appreciate a public dissemination of the efforts!!

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