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Appreciate any suggestions with this, I am looking to make a scom configuration in such a way that it monitors for a PowerShell script deployed onto a server and puts that server to maintenance mode based on the script's output.

It is ideal if this script is being spooled by the scom config too, so far I have been trying to use notification command channels and appreciate any suggestions please.

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    Welcome to ServerFault. Please update your question and advise what you've already tried. – Colyn1337 Jan 14 at 16:32
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You can use Operations Manager Shell which is based on Windows Powershell

Operations Manager Shell

For scheduling a maintenance mode for any monitored server, you can use

New-SCOMMaintenanceSchedule

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