Using Connectors to Import Data into System Center 2012 - Service Manager
Updated: December 20, 2012
Applies To: System Center 2012 - Service Manager, System Center 2012 SP1 - Service Manager
You can use System Center 2012 – Service Manager connectors to import data as configuration items from Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), System Center Configuration Manager, System Center 2012 - Orchestrator, System Center 2012 – Virtual Machine Manager (VMM), and System Center Operations Manager. In addition, you can import alerts from Operations Manager, and you can configure these alerts to automatically generate incidents in Service Manager. You can also import data from comma-separated value (CSV) files into the Service Manager database.
Using Connectors to Import Data Topics
Effects of Deleting a Connector on Configuration Items
Describes the effects of deleting a connector.
Importing Data from Active Directory Domain Services
Describes how to create, synchronize, and disable or enable an Active Directory connector.
Importing Data and Alerts from System Center Operations Manager
Describes how to create, synchronize, edit, disable or enable an Operations Manager alert or configuration item (CI) connector.
Importing Data from System Center Configuration Manager
Describes how to create a connector to System Center Configuration Manager and how to customize configuration management to extend the hardware information that is collected.
Importing Runbooks from System Center Orchestrator 2012
Describes how to import runbooks from System Center Orchestrator.
Importing Data from System Center Virtual Machine Manager
Describes how to import VMM objects into the Service Manager database.
Using a CSV File to Import Data into Service Manager
Describes how to import data into Service Manager by using a CSV file.
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