As the name suggest, the script raises any site systems as problematic if it has not sent heartbeat for over the X number of hours that you configured in XML (in my example, it’s 24 hours). I wrote this function in the script from my previous post “SCOM MP Authoring Example: Generate alerts based on entries from SQL Database (Part 2 of 2)”. In Part 2, I’ll cover the steps involved to create each module type and the rule in this article. When testing the PowerShell Script, I needed to run the script under Local Systems as my account did not have access to the database. Originally I used a multi-line string variable in PowerShell script to store records returned from SQL query (one record per line).
I’ve been asked a question on how to bulk update SMTP server addresses in SMTP notification channels using PowerShell. I don’t have any child domains in my test environment, but if you run this on a domain member computer, it will list all child domains as well as the parent forest domain (I’ve tested in the production environment).
Fixed the bug where when using DOTNET sending emails to multiple recipients, it only sends to the first recipient from the list.

The output of the script shows the object type and the path in the console, in this case, it’s a software package located under Application\Microsoft Office folder.
The words “Query refused” are a direct indication that zone transfers aren’t allowed for this computer. You can resolve this issue by adding the computer to the list of servers where zone transfers are allowed. If the DNS server doesn’t have a PTR record for the DNS server, you receive an error when using nslookup. Under Options, I left Accessibility to “Internal”, but if you are going to use this module outside of this management pack, set it to public. Set accessibility to “public” if you are going to access this module from other management packs. In Modules tab, create a data source module with the type of the data source module type you’ve created previously. Click Edit for the Action module then click Edit again under Configuration tab to edit the XML.

I found this free tool extremely useful since I can’t use SQL management studio to connect to SQL Express databases:  Database Browser. Since in my script, I connected to the database using integrated security, I had to make sure I run the script under the account which is going to be used to run the rule (in my case, Local Systems), I had to use PSExec from Sysinternals to launch Powershell as it allows me to run executables under Local System. He could run a SCDPM PowerShell script from PowerShell console successfully but could not run it when packaged it in SCCM.
Even though the object can be easily located using the search function, often we need to find out which folder does a particular object (i.e. I figured out i can use the special HTML character for carriage return inside the string variable in Powershell. Collections do not support folders, but you can have sub collections and linked collections.

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