System Center Operations Manager by Jonathan Hambrook

May 21, 2007

How to record a browser session in SCOM 07

Filed under: Microsoft, SCOM 2007 — opsmgr @ 4:43 pm

This is a quick post due to a few questions about where you can record a browser session.

First thing to note is that you need SCOM installed and IE7 as a minimum. This can be on the RMS or preferably your own PC. If you are installing IE7 ensure you reboot the machine after this before you continue as there are a few known issues that arrise when havnt rebooted.

If your the kind of noisy person that like to see exactly where apps are installed and intergrated like I do, you will see that in IE7 under Tools -> Toolbars -> Explorer Bar you will see Web Recorder. While you can see it you need to run it through System Center Operations Manager which I will details now:

1. Open System Center Operations Manager
2. Go to Authoring
3. Under Management Pack Templates select Web Application.
4. You can now either click on Actions or in the Actions tab you will see a new section called Custom Actions from either click Record a browser session.

As for using it, well thats the easy part! Just follow the wizard and select the Watcher Nodes!

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