QuickTricks: How to select more than 10 items for tasks or reports in the OpsMgr Console (#SCOM)

At MMS I had a request to re-blog this as a specific topic to make it easier to find. Specifically the question was asked how to configure OpsMgr to allow more than 10 objects to be selected to perform a task (or run a report) on. The following is a subset from: http://blogs.technet.com/b/operationsmgr/archive/2008/11/11/opsmgr-2007-registry-keys-to-control-the-refresh-of-the-admin-console.aspx  — Registry…

SharePoint Caching Techniques

Controlling the Client (Browser) Cache In any web application caching can be both a benefit and a burden. We use caching to serve pages and objects repeatedly without having to use resources to re-render items that have been previously been processed. There are also times when reprocessing of previously rendered items is desired because either…

#MMS2011 Keynote 3/23: Summary for Geeks

The second keynote of MMS 2011 was starting to look kinda cloudy again but the focus shifted to mobile devices – the “Now Generation" – and Consumerization of IT. Specific detailed points from the keynote include the following items: Announcements: ConfigMgr 2012 Beta 2 announced as available today (feature complete). Forefront Enterprise Protection moved from…

System Center Advisor

  Microsoft announced today that codename “Atlanta” has been renamed “System Center Advisor”.  Needless to say, this product sounds really cool and I can’t wait to get a preview. “System Center Advisor (formerly Microsoft codename Atlanta) is a cloud service that enables IT professionals to assess their server configuration and proactively avoid problems. With System…

#MMS2011 Keynote 3/22: Summary for Geeks

The first keynote of MMS 2011 was pretty interesting. Specific detailed points from the keynote include the following items: Announcements: System Center Advisor announced: Azure service using the OpsMgr Agent to return configuration and make recommendations for changes to the configuration. This application was demonstrated during the keynote showing how a hotfix would be relevant…