Auto UX – Service Management Automation client for Windows

Hi folks, this is me blogging from the afterlife. No, I’m just kidding, but one may think that I’m death since my last blog post was posted exactly 642 days ago. I’ve calculated this using the following PowerShell one-liner: ((Get-date) – $(Get-Date “2013/02/20”)).Days. Which made me wonder: how do people that do not know PowerShell calculate Continue reading

BITS integration pack for System Center Orchestrator

Last week I started to play around with Quick Integration Toolkit for System Center Orchestrator RC. Purpose of todays post is to let you know that I’ve actually created something.

Using Exchange 2010 cmdlets in System Center Orchestrator

If you’ve been using “Run .NET Script” activity in System Center Orchestrator (formerly known as Opalis), you are probably aware that, Orchestrator use 32-bit version of PowerShell.exe, to run PowerShell scripts, since the product itself is 32-bit. This is a problem, if you want to use Exchange 2010 cmdlets, since there are no 32-bit management Continue reading