SCOM 2016 UR10 released

A few weeks ago System Center 2016 Update Rollup 10 was released, but with a short delay on the SCOM update UR10. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4581612/description-of-update-rollup-10-for-microsoft-system-center-2016 Today the SCOM 2016 UR10 has been released as well. Let’s have a look at what fixes it mainly contains, and below you will find the relevant link to the page:   … Read more

RADIUS Authentication using NPS on Server 2019 Bug

Recently I was tasked with setting up an Active Directory environment as the Radius authentication backend for a VPN solution, allowing users in the correct AD group to access the VPN using their AD credentials. Sounds easy enough….. right? Well, then this wouldn’t be a good read would it 🙂 It seems the built-in Windows … Read more

Humans of IT blog post

A few weeks ago while talking to the Humans of IT team about how I got into IT, they asked me to write a blog post about my story from Fisheries Biologist to wherever I am now. It is an interesting part of our field of work in IT, looking at people who are still … Read more

Webinar: Skyrocket the performance of your SCOM environment

On Thursday 29 October 2020 at 04:00 pm CET we will host a webinar called “Skyrocket the performance of your SCOM environment” We asked our good friend Stoyan Chalakov and fellow MVP to talk about the methods and tricks to make the SCOM infrastructure perform much better. Stoyan and Bob will take turns chatting about … Read more

Upgrade the backend of your SCOM 2019 environment to SQL 2019 CU7

Important update 13/10/2020: Recently, the SQL 2019 CU7 update was taken offline due to several important issues. Although CU8 was released pretty much at the same time, there is no information to be found anymore about the support of SCOM 2019 for SQL 2019. After testing, it appeared that a clean installation of SCOM 2019 … Read more

Webinar Automate your SCOM Environment

On Thursday 10 September 2020 at 04:00 pm CET we will host a webinar called “Automate your SCOM Environment” We asked our good friend Michael Seidl from Au2mator and fellow Microsoft MVP to talk about the combination of automation and SCOM. Of course what he talks about applies to many other products as well in … Read more

IIS Permissions Best Practice

Here is another blog post by Mike Hosker about IIS permissions in combination with WordPress addons on a VM: First, I must start off with a confession here. I totally borked the file permissions I am about to show you the first time I did this and was subsequently up until 5am rebuilding the server. … Read more

SCOM 2019 UR2 released

Last night System Center 2019 Update Rollup 2 was released. I blogged about the list of 5 products updated and their respective KB article pages here. This blog post will be specifically about SCOM though. What we always do first is go to the KB article and read what is new, what is fixed and … Read more