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nworks overrides scom2012 powershell script

Posted on 2014-04-03
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Hi Guys,

we have a scoom 2012 server our environment with the veeam nworks management pack installed. I am required to upgrade this management pack from 5.7 to the latest 6.5, problem is that all overrides will have to be manually recreated.

Is there any way I can used the scom 2012 powershell to get all the overrides for this management pack?

Thank you in advance,
k
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MaximVeeam earned 500 total points
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I recommend to contact Veeam Support - http://www.veeam.com/support.html These guys are really helpful.
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yea true, veaam support is excellent!

I've found the code by the way just by typing get-command and then get-help commandname -examples

$m=Get-SCOMManagementPack -Name *VEM*
Get-SCOMMonitor -ManamgentPack $m | get-scomoverride | Select * > nworksoverrides.csv
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for kay07949's comment #a39977556

for the following reason:

That's the code for the overrides.
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