How to find Azure Log Analytics Keys

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This post is now dated, I have created a new one with the latest information here https://www.systemcenterautomation.com/2020/08/log-analytics-keys/   When using Azure Log Analytics, whether its adding agents to the workspace, or accessing the REST API, you need two things to perform these tasks. The Customer ID, often called the Workspace ID and the Shared Key …

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Document your SCOM Distributed Applications with Powershell and Excel

Edit 8/27/2018: added Github link: Github repo here https://github.com/scautomation/Document-SCOM-Distributed-Aps For every consulting project I do one of the requirements is documentation. I like to provide more documentation than required, which is why I give my SCOM clients a general How To document if they are new to SCOM. I also provide documentation on the SCOM …

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Upgrade SCOM 2016 to 1801

Updated May 3rd. Microsoft has released a fix for the report server upgrade issue. My post about it here. Updated Feb 15th for one of the but fixes mentioned below Updated March 15th for the High DPI Scaling issue Microsoft has released System Center 1801. Wait, that looks like a Configuration Manager build number. You …

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Working with the SCOM Powershell Module

Working with SCOM in the console and working with the SCOM Powershell module are two vastly different things. Powershell is much quicker, especially for getting lots of data and related objects at once. However, if you haven’t worked very much with the Operations Manager Powershell Module very much, these might be a few quirks or …

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