Firstly, make sure you have admin access to your SCOM environment and your SCOM management servers are added to your Ops Inslights portal.
Then go to the SCOM assessment configuration tile
Download the PS1
I ran from one of my SCOM management servers
At this point it connects to the named MS
Press 1 to set the Run As account
This is where some might get stuck. You have to enter the display name of a run as account that is already in your Operations Manager deployment.
I am using our Fabric Administrator Action Account
Next we enable the SCOM assessment to run
As we see from the output, the script is creating a new override management pack. We’ll look at this in a moment.
Below is the rest of the output after it’s succeeded in its task
Last is option 3 to set the
After that completes, q to exit.
So, at this point you are technically done and you should start seeing data in the OMS portal in the next day.
Stop here if you’re in a hurry…
For the curious ones out there, I took a little look into what management objects are added or modified in SCOM.
Go to your Run As Profiles and filter > “SCOM Assess” and you will find the below
Open the properties and we will see the Run As Account we defined in the script is now listed here.
Let’s go look at the overrides..
Filter your view by the SCOM Management server name.
We can see our overrides that enable the rule and set it to 1 day cycle
So there you go.. You should start seeing data in your Insights portal in the next day.