Run a Rule On-Demand

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Ever Wanted to have a Rule or Recovery that you would quickly kick off without having to go into the SCOM console?  Specifically in my case I wanted to collect a list of the Top Processes and details about them on-demand, possibly allowing another program/user to take this snapshot without having access to the server or OpsMgr.

 

The solution I came up with was the write a Rule, using the AllowProxying attribute and then send events to the log with PowerShell remotely.  You can event follow the instructions at this post if you want to allow write-only access to a log – http://jpadda.wordpress.com/2010/08/08/event-log-write-permissions/

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