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  1. Exporting SQL Logons

    by , 15th August 2012 at 09:44 AM
    Another diversion from my usual blog posts - but this one came out of necessity, when I had issues with my SQL databases for SIMS and FMS. Many of you may know that FMS has its own "SQL" logins, as does SIMS - but at least with that, you can set it to use Windows Authentication.

    Anyway, my problem - I was greeted by FMS with the lovely "Cannot rollback atomic" error whenever logging in. It turns out this error (after some digging) has lots of causes - none of them really to do with ...
    Tags: fms, sims, sql
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  2. System Centre Operations Manager 2007 on Server 2008 R2 with SQL Cluster 2008 R2

    by , 8th January 2012 at 02:18 PM
    Ok – so, most of you know I love System Centre products – and after getting SCCM (System Centre Configuration Manger) setup nicely (I will blog on this, as lots of people seem to have a problem getting this up and running in less than a day) – it was time to play with its partner in crime SCOM (System Centre Operations Manager).

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    What exactly is Operations Manager? Well, it revolves around an agent on the computer to be monitored. The agent watches that computer, ...
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  3. Cursed Tick Grids

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    CAM
    , 12th July 2010 at 01:29 PM (100 Grades Per Minute)
    A while ago, I recall Angry Technician discussing how he had a chronic case of "The Ear," an ability to walk past any machine, stop and instinctively know something is wrong and require fixing.

    I had such an episode today dealing with tick grids for the end of year process in SIMS. I believe they call it curriculum assignment but after a while, hours of ticking boxes against a list causes the brain to melt slightly and simplify the entire system down to "Tick Grids." And I had a feeling ...

    Updated 12th July 2010 at 01:33 PM by CAM

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