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using Microsoft system center operation manager 2012 as monitoring

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Hi All,

    i have installed scom 2012 in my network to monitor and servers and networs switches, routers, etc. i have dedicated a pc which scom 2012 console and its connected to 47 inch lcd monitor, i need  software that will make the screen flipping between different scom screen, lets say i open multiple application and want the software to auto open them one by one after 5 mins. any advise please

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I think the easiest way is to create some Dashboards and open them through webconsole (Internet Explorer) ... Then use a script to cycle through the tabs, I've done the same using this page as a guide: http://dynamicdatacenter.wordpress.com/2012/11/19/quick-win-an-easy-way-to-rotate-through-scom-dashboards/#comments
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