Visual Studio (2015 and upcoming 2017) is a "DPI aware" application. Even our own WinForms based product Royal TS is a "DPI aware" application. But if you are a WinForms developer and use Visual Studio on a high DPI system, you will be surprised how Visual Studio messes up all your WinForms in the designer. … Continue reading Visual Studio WinForms Designer on HighDPI
Summer is over. SCU conference is over. Ignite conference is over. And now, our first User Group Breakfast is also over and it was great! This was the first time we organized our user group meeting on Friday morning as a half-day event. We had almost 20 attendees and 4 presenters (me included). At 8:00 … Continue reading System Center and PowerShell Breakfast
The summer is over and one thing I really enjoyed this summer (beside the vacation, of course), was the annual System Center Universe (SCU) conference. This time, the SCU conference was held in Berlin. The venue was great, the city is beautiful and the content was just awesome. Lots of information about System Center, PowerShell, … Continue reading System Center Universe 2016
It has been very quiet here on this blog. The reason for that is not my lack of interest in System Center or the lack of interest in sharing System Center related stuff. The reason is that I mostly focus on our local System Center User Group here in Austria. Our user group is constantly … Continue reading System Center Universe 2015 in Basel
This forum post inspired me to write this blog post. Sometimes, especially when you create script based rules or monitors, you need to ensure the script runs under a specific account. In SCOM there’s something called “Run As” Accounts and “Run As” Profiles. Some management packs require you to setup run as accounts and assign them to run as profiles … Continue reading How to create a monitor with a different run as account?