I found today the good blog from Jon Mattivi. Where here have create tutorial on how to use Powershell start Runbooks.
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I sometimes find it redundant looking up the runbook and parameter guids when creating a new powershell script to invoke a runbook from the web service. Here is a SQL query to look up the runbook by name and every parameter that you would need to use the web service to start the runbook.
Here on this site where you find some nice IP for Orschestrator from developers.
Some-time it nice to have backup/copy of the IIS settings before starting to play around.
I found this nice blog from Paul Keely,MVP.
This is a guide to help you make design decisions and maintenance plans for SQL Server 2008 R2 to support System Center 2012. In the guide you will learn to make server and instance specific changes to support SQL server for the different workloads that System Center requires. We will look at the install requirements per product, what we need to move the data bases and how we should back them up.